Each year, the NAPPO Annual Meeting provides a unique opportunity for governments, plant protection organizations and industries in the NAPPO region (Canada, US and Mexico) to exchange information, provide feedback and share ideas on how to protect the plant resources of North America while facilitating safe trade.
Join us and learn more about the role of NAPPO in protecting the agriculture, forestry and natural plant resources of North America from damaging pests and enjoy the amenities of the city of Montréal, known as the city “built around a mountain” – a place where people from all around the globe come together to enjoy this unique Canadian city with a European flair.
Furthermore, with attendance and participation of other Regional Plant Protection Organizations and international plant protection groups, the information exchange takes on a truly global flavor. Register here or receive meeting updates by email. Click here to access the Draft Agenda, the unique and fascinating city of Montréal and information on how to reserve your accommodation at the Marriott Chateau Champlain.
This year the NAPPO Awards Dinner, scheduled for Wednesday, October 30 will be held at the Sucrerie de la Montagne in Rigaud. The venue will offer meeting participants with an educational opportunity to understand how maple syrup is produced and will highlight the crucial role that NAPPO plays in protecting the maple trees from pests that impact their longevity and production output. Sucrerie de la Montagne has been designated an official “Site du Patrimoine Québécois” (Québec Heritage site), and is located in the midst of a 120-acre forest of century-old maples atop Mont Rigaud, west of Montréal. Visitors are transported back in time, providing them with a momentary glimpse of life as it truly was for Québec and Canadian pioneers.