Oct 15, 2019
Washington Small Fruit Conference & Lynden Ag Show set for Dec. 4-6

The Washington Small Fruit Conference is a three-day conference with the latest relevant research information delivered by the scientists performing the research.

The 9th Annual WA Small Fruit Conference is presented by WA Red Raspberries & WA Blueberry Commission, and Washington State University. The three-day conference focusing on the latest research and developments in small fruit farming. The latest information is delivered first hand by the scientists performing the research. Topics of labor, food safety, and trade are updated buy industry leaders. Credits provided for WA, OR, and BC. Presented live in Lynden, WA with video broadcast to Prosser & Vancouver, WA.   

The Lynden Ag Show is the largest agricultural trade show in western Washington, featuring vendors serving small fruit growers with their latest innovations, equipment, and services on display. It has become the event of the year for the northwest berry community with over 400 attendees gathered together in one space.

This year’s agenda features a strong mixture of topics including horticulture, breeding, pests, and food safety.  This conference is presented in association with the Lynden Ag Show, a trade show featuring vendors serving the small fruit community.  Remote viewing locations are available for the first two days of the conference in Prosser and Vancouver.

Main Location:


Three days – Dec. 4-6, 2019 

Various ticket options

Equine Events Arena, NW Washington Fairgrounds, 1775 Front Street

Live Remote Broadcast Locations

Two days – Dec. 4-5, 2019

$50 (lunches included)

  • PROSSER – The Princess Theatre, 1228 Meade Avenue
  • VANCOUVER – WSU Vancouver

For full agenda and to register, visit 2019 WA Small Fruit Conference

For full agenda and to register, please visit 2019 WA Small Fruit Conference

For additional questions contact Stacey Beier by email or phone 360-354-8767.


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