Growing Better: The 2017 TPF Annual Meeting & Show
Registration is OPEN! Click here for more.
Join us at Quail Creek Plantation in Okeechobee, Florida for networking, business connections and a bit of fun in a beautiful old-Florida setting.
Thursday, May 4 – Clay Shoot | Reception & Dinner
Friday, May 5 – Trade Show | Annual Meeting & Lunch
Growing Better: The TPF Annual Meeting & Show combines networking and social opportunities, time for browsing through exhibitor displays from supporting companies, great speakers on topics relevant to your business, and the opportunity to connect with the association in a single day-and-a-half format.
Trivia Question Answer for drawing closing on Tuesday, April 25:
Warren Prescott with JW Turf Farms took “Top Score” honor in the first ever TPF Sport Shoot in 2015 and was a member of the 2016 first place team. (don’t forget to enter!)
Trivia Question Answer for drawing closing on Wednesday, April 12:.
Keith Truenow with Lake Jem Farms in Mt. Dora has served continuously on the FSGC/TPF Board of Directors since 2004. (don’t forget to enter!)
Trivia Question Answer for drawing closing on Friday, March 31:
King Ranch hosted the 2007 FSGC Field Day. (don’t forget to enter!)
Scroll down to check out the fun from last year!
TPF REGIONAL MEETINGS
TPF’s Regional Meetings are designed to help sod producers, installers, landscapers and lawn maintenance professionals learn, connect and grow – better!
These informal gatherings offer the latest info from experts and emphasize connecting with others in the industry in your area to discuss common issues and share solutions. Although TPF’s Regional Meetings are specifically developed to be accessible and schedule-friendly for those in the local area, industry professionals from throughout the state are welcome to attend.
2017 Fall Regional Meetings
Check back in August for our Fall Regional Meeting schedule!
2016 Growing Better Reception & Dinner | Hilton UF Conference Center, Gainesville, Florida
2016 Annual Meeting | Hilton UF Conference Center, Gainesville, Florida
Turfgrass Producers of Florida is a not-for-profit association representing growers statewide, as well as businesses and allied members who work with our industry. TPF members are dedicated to the environmentally-responsible production of quality sod for sports, home, commercial and roadside uses and to sharing the value of turfgrass in responsibly-managed, Florida-Friendly landscapes.