2019 Western Chapter ISA Conference & Trade Show

@ Sheraton Waikiki
on Monday, April 29-02, 2019
in Honolulu, HI


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Non Member Full Conference Registration

$600.00

Includes: Opening ceremony, educational sessions, continental breakfasts & lunches, annual banquet, breaks, and conference notebook

Sale ends Apr 01

Non Member Tuesday Only

$350.00

Includes: single day’s educational sessions, refreshment breaks, continental breakfast and lunch (Banquet is excluded from daily registration)

Sale ends Apr 01

Non Member Wednesday Only

$350.00

Includes: single day’s educational sessions, refreshment breaks, continental breakfast and lunch (Banquet is excluded from daily registration)

Sale ends Apr 01

Non Member Thursday Only

$175.00

Includes: single day’s educational sessions, refreshment breaks, continental breakfast and lunch (Banquet is excluded from daily registration)

Sale ends Apr 01

Spouse/Guest Full Program

$300.00

Includes: Opening ceremony, daily tours and activities A

Sale ends Apr 01

Spouse/Guest Meals w/ attendee

$300.00

Includes: Opening ceremony, daily tours and activities A

Sale ends Apr 01

Field Workshop Monday

$100.00

Sale ends Apr 01

Morning Tour Wednesday

$50.00

Sale ends Apr 01

Afternoon Tour Thursday

$75.00

Exceptional Trees of Honolulu

Sale ends Apr 01

Afternoon Tour Thursday

$75.00

Honolulu Botanical Gardens

Sale ends Apr 01

Women in Arboriculture Breakfast

$50.00

Sale ends Apr 01

Post Conference Workshop

$100.00

Sale ends Apr 01

Extra Banquet Ticket

$100.00

Sale ends Apr 01

Extra Awards Lunch Ticket

$60.00

Sale ends Apr 01

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Please visit https://wcisaconnect.com/ for all up-to-date 2019 WCISA Annual Conference and Trade Show: We're in this boat Together information.

Shortly after being elected to the WCISA Board in 2013, I discovered that whoever is president when our Annual Conference is held gets to plan and host his or her dream conference that year. With that, I started jotting down ideas for my dream conference. As time went on, I started thinking about how the land on our planet is like a boat among the oceans of the world. In Polynesian culture, the oceans connect us, not divide us. Hawaii is the most remote landform on Earth, but it's also connected to Asia, Africa, North America, and the Pacific Islands as the crossroads of the Pacific. Hawaii has the most severe invasive species problem in the United States, many of which are pests and diseases that attack our urban forest. But we're not alone in facing this problem. As our climate changes, pests and diseases become more invasive, with ranges expanding as areas warm. We're all in this boat together! And that boat is our Mother Earth.

Please join us in Hawaii and become part of an early detection alert system to protect our planet and our urban forests. Hope to see you soon!

Carol Kwan

WCISA President

Location

Sheraton Waikiki
2255 Kalakaua Ave.
Honolulu, HI 96815