Are you located in the northern and eastern half of the United States or eastern Canada? Then there is probably an Eastern Region IPPS member near you willing to share information on production and propagation! You also have a chance to attend one of our day-long area meetings showcasing new techniques and face-to-face contacts. The Eastern Region monthly e-newsletter is a quick and easy way to get a sense of who we are. Our yearly conference moves to a new location in the region each year, so eventually it will come nearby. It is our showcase of topics, tours and get-togethers, all with the purpose of learning and connecting with other growers, researchers, teachers, breeders and botanical garden managers. This is a unique mix of people you won’t find in other organizations!
Support our IPPS Eastern Region Foundation which provides research grants and offers academic scholarships to college and university faculty, students and personnel as well as to industry propagators and researchers. The Foundation has made a commitment to develop future horticultural leaders as well as support scientific research that will pioneer new directions for the industry.
Steve Castorani, Owner, North Creek Nurseries:
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WELCOME TO THE EASTERN REGION
W. David Thompson (left with Recognition Chair Brian Maynard) has been named a Fellow of the IPPS Eastern Region. David is President ...
The 2019 Award of Merit was presented to Ron Amos (on the right in the photo), President of Evergreen Nursery in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin on October 17...
The IPPS Area Meeting held at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden on August 20th attracted 40 eager attendees.Everyone enjoyed wide ranging talks fr...