Wisconsin Association  of 
Professional Agricultural Consultants

2016 WAPAC Annual Meeting and Conference

Thursday and Friday, March 10th and 11th, 2016
Kalahari Resort, Wisconsin Dells

Click HERE to register online via PayPal

Click HERE for a Sneak Preview of Speakers and Topics!

Register early to reserve your space!
(A late fee will be added to those registrations postmarked after February 26th)
(Meals & handout materials are not guaranteed for late registrants)

Registration Fee: (Includes Handouts, Lunch and Dinner on Thursday, Breakfast on Friday and Breaks – Does NOT include Overnight Accommodations)

  By March 3rd, 2016:                        $100 per person
After March 3rd, 2016:                    $125 per person


WAPAC Membership
2016 Membership Renewal can be added to your Annual Meeting registration payment.
 If you would like to pay your Annual Dues, please select the appropriate amount on the registration form (Download HERE), indicate any changes to your information and include payment with your Annual Meeting registration or chose the appropriate designation when registering via PayPal.

If you are not a member, but are interested in becoming one, please email Melisa at
wapac.info@gmail.com or click on the Membership tab for a Membership Application.  All applications must be approved prior to membership.

Overnight Accommodations Information

Rooms at the Kalahari are available for those needing overnight accommodations.  Please mention you are attending the WAPAC meeting and you will receive the special room rate.

Wednesday or Thursday: $112 + 12.25% tax per night

For reservations call: (877) 525-2427 or (608) 254-5466

For more information on the Kalahari (including their address and directions), visit their website at http://www.kalahariresorts.com/wisconsin

The Wisconsin Association of Professional Agricultural Consultants (WAPAC) was formed in 1987 to provide a unified voice for professionals advising farmers in Wisconsin.

WAPAC's diverse membership includes crop consultants, animal nutritionists, veterinarians, farm managers, educators and a wide array of farm service industry advisors, giving the Association many sources of experience from which to tap for problem solving.

WAPAC's annual meeting and its New Horizons Seminar provide forums for the exchange of ideas of a technical nature as well as the more practical matters of operating a consulting business. The Association exists to foster professionalism and a high level of ethics within its membership. Members subscribe to a code of ethics based on the ARCPACs model which is designed to maintain integrity and the reputation of agricultural professionals.

WAPAC's goal is to promote agricultural consulting as a true profession and to elevate the public's perception of the role of consultants in agriculture.

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