North Central Forest Pest Workshop with USA & Canada image map

Bullet point. The 2014 NCFPW will be held September 8-11, 2014, in Chariton, Iowa. Information is available here. We will update this page as more information becomes available.

The North Central Forest Pest Workshop (NCFPW) is an annual gathering of persons interested in forest health in the North Central portion of North America. It is usually attended by plant pathologists, entomologists, foresters, and other scientists and students.

Each year the workshop is held in a different location. The main participating States or Provinces take turns hosting. Each year, forest health specialists from the host State or Province develop an organizing committee and plan the meeting.

The organizing committee develops an agenda that usually includes a day and a half of indoor presentations and a full day field trip. Other traditional activities have included fungal foray, poster session, slide contest, fun run and/or ice cream social (depending on the health consciousness of the organizing committee), a banquet and lots of interesting informal discussions.

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A History of Workshops:

1993 - Rochester, Minnesota
1994 - Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada
1995 - Green Bay Wisconsin
1996 - Pellston, Michigan
1997 - Grand Rapids, Minnesota
1998 - Dubuque, IA
1999 - Winnipeg, MB

2000 - Rhinelander, WI

2004 - Niagara Falls, ON
2005 - LaCrosse, WI
2006 - Pellston, MI
2007 - Shoreview, MN
2008 - Indianapolis, IN
2009- Winnipeg, Manitoba
2010- Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin

2011- Hartland, Michigan

2001 - Big Bay, Big Bay, MI 2012- Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada
2002 - Potosi, MO 2013- Frontenac, Minnesota
2003 - Cloquet, MN

Bullet point.  Constitution and By-laws of NCFPW (adopted in 2006)

Bullet point.   List of current officers/board of representatives

Bullet point.  Full list of past CIFIDC/NCFPW meeting locations

Bullet point.  Notes from first CIFIDC Meeting (1953) This is a very interesting historical document. 36 pages.



If you have questions about the NCFPW or want to be on the mailing list for notices, contact Linda Haugen by e-mail, using her e-name, lhaugen, in the following format: e-name@fs.fed.us

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