Deadline is March 31
Register by the March 31 deadline
Those registering by March 31 pay $500; students with valid identification pay $250. After the deadline, the standard registration fee is $550, $275 for students. By meeting the registration deadline, participants ensure their participation in concurrent sessions and pre-Congress workshops. Enrollment in workshops is limited.
To register, select "Registration" from the index on the Congress website. The registration section allows you to choose either an online or a printable registration form with payment options.
Be sure to make your reservations soon at the Hilton Hotel in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, where the Congress will be held. Reservations can be made on the Congress website by clicking on the button labeled "accommodations." A new "share-a-room" tool has been added to this section.
Obtaining a U.S. visa
Congress registrants who are citizens of countries other than the United States may need to obtain a U.S. visa and should begin application procedures as soon as possible.
A new "Travel Information" page has been added to the Congress website:
This web page provides useful information for foreign visitors to the United States. It consolidates U.S. visa and travel information and includes links to appropriate U.S. government sites.
Sessions Feature Diverse Topics & Speakers
Concurrent oral sessions offer a variety of topics related to agroforestry by leading researchers from throughout the world. Other program events include six keynote lectures, eight symposia, two poster sessions, several satellite events, and field trips. For details please visit the Congress website.
Session Titles and Organizers
Agroforestry adoption E. Mercer, U.S. Forest Service
Agroforestry, carbon sequestration, and landscape ecology in Western
Europe H. Huettl, Technical Univ. of Cottbus, Germany