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Annual Field Day
Saturday 27 September 2014
8:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
at the home of Scott & Rina Liles,
1378 Willow Glen Road,
Fallbrook, California

(Directions Below)

INFORMATION ABOUT MACADAMIAS

The University of California Cooperative Extension in conjunction with the California Macadamia Society and the Gold Crown Macadamia Association will hold their Annual Field Day from 8:45 AM to 1:30 PM, Saturday, 27 September 2014 at the home of Scott & Rina Liles, 1378 Willow Glen Road, Fallbrook, California 92028.

We will have classes on topics germane to the macadamia industry, with plenty of opportunities for you to ask questions, both general in nature and about the specifics of your operations. We will also be serving a continental breakfast and a delicious lunch.

Please plan to join us for a fun and information filled day.

 

Nut Cluster

From I-5

Take exit 54 onto 76 east. Go 17.5 miles and turn left (north) onto I-15. Go 3.7 miles and take exit 51, Mission Road toward Fallbrook. Turn west onto Old Highway 395 (East Mission Road). Take the first right onto East Mission Road. Go 1.6 miles and turn right onto Willow Glen Road. Go 0.2 miles, 1378 Willow Glen is on the left.

From I-15.

Take exit 51, Mission Road toward Fallbrook. Turn west onto Old Highway 395 (East Mission Road). Take the first right onto East Mission Road. Go 1.6 miles and turn right onto Willow Glen Road. Go 0.2 miles, 1378 Willow Glen is on the left.

We'll see you there.

To Pre-register for Field Day:
Send a printout of this completed form with payment to address below.

Registration Form

Name: _______________________________________

Address: ____________________________________

Phone: ______________________

E-Mail Address: _______________________________

Mail registration form along with your payment to:
California Macadamia Society
P. O. Box 1298
Fallbrook, CA 92088
Cost: $17.00 per person if pre-paid by 1 October 2013,
$20.00 per person after that.

Questions? Call (760) 728-8081
or email RussellFarms@Roadrunner.com


The Objectives of the California Macadamia Society are:
  • To furnish authoritative and timely information on Macadamia culture.
  • To assist growers with harvesting and marketing data.
  • To advise nurserymen on varieties and propagation.
  • To encourage the University to assist the industry with research.
  • To formulate policies, where indicated, for presentation to the state legislature.
The California Macadamia Society has members all over the world.

The Objectives of the California Macadamia Association are:

  • To assure a reliable market to our growers.
  • To provide the highest return to our growers for nuts delivered.
  • To explore new and developing markets for macadamia nuts.

©Copyright 2013 Gold Crown Macadamia Association. All rights reserved.