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The fifth annual CropSphere is a two-day event that takes place during Crop Week in Saskatoon. CropSphere is brought to you in partnership by Saskatchewan Barley Development Commission, Saskatchewan Canola Development Commission, Saskatchewan Flax Development Commission, Saskatchewan Oat Development Commission, Saskatchewan Wheat Development Commission, and Saskatchewan Pulse Growers.

You are able to register for the entire two-day conference or just one of the days.

There is no charge to attend commodity organization’s AGMs. However if you plan to attend an AGM without registering for CropSphere, please check in at the CropSphere registration desk on your way in to receive a pass to attend the AGM.

There will be approved CEUs for the Certified Crop Advisor Program through the American Society of Agronomy. Certified Crop Science Consultant (CCSC) credits will also be available. Sessions that qualify for CEUs will have sign up forms available in the sessions. We will provide a listing of the CEUs assigned to each session.

You will be able to make group registrations online in November 2017. Or contact us to find out how we can help facilitate your group’s attendance at CropSphere 2018:

Karen Turner
CropSphere Conference Registration
P: (306) 683-3663
E: karen@turnereventsmanagement.com

Registration fees are non-refundable. If you are unable to attend, you can transfer your registration to another attendee. Please contact karen@turnereventmanagement.com to discuss transfer arrangements.

The CropSphere team has negotiated discounted rates for event attendees at a variety of hotels in Saskatoon, with a range of rates.

All reservations should be made directly with the host hotels for the events through the links or phone numbers provided on our website.  No outside party is involved with booking the reservations.

See our hotels page.

We encourage you to consider using the CropSphere shuttle sevice from your hotel.  See the Shuttle Schedule for details.

TCU Place is surrounded by 2,000 parking spaces. Across the street is Midtown Parking, a pay parking lot, which also has heated underground parking for those cold winter days. Across from Midtown is another pay parking lot. To the immediate West of the facility is another large parking lot that can be accessed off Idylwyld Drive. Surrounding the facility is metered Street Parking including two 4-hour handicap parking spots during the day and five additional handicap parking spots after 6:00pm, all located directly in front if the building. 

Prairieland Park has a large parking lot and will provide a regular parking lot shuttle service to get you from your car to the door of Prairieland Park.

An “Early Bird” registration fee is available from November 1 to November 30.

A one-day registration option is available online and will be available at the door if space allows.

Our registration policy does not allow us to write letters of invitation to the conference for international attendees. We will not be assisting individuals trying to enter Canada to attend this conference.