Exhibitor booth registration is now open for Organic Grower Summit (OGS) 2022 Presented by Western Growers and OPN, slated for November 30-December 1 in Monterey, CA. Organic supply chain partners and service providers are encouraged to sign up for a booth at OGS 2022, which features two days of information, education, and networking opportunities with organic growers.
Produced in partnership with Western Growers, OGS 2022 will include targeted educational sessions on ever-changing organic production opportunities and challenges from leading authorities across the supply chain. Additional keynote presentations from influential and preeminent speakers will focus on the future of organic growing, with an emphasis on how technology is revolutionizing farming.
To be held at the Hyatt Regency Monterey Hotel & Spa in Monterey, CA, OGS 2022 will include exhibitors from soil amendment, ag technology, food safety, packaging, and equipment companies who will have the opportunity to connect connecting with organic field production staff, supply chain managers, pest management advisors, and food safety experts.
“The organic community truly sees the benefit of an event connecting organic growers and farmers with those in the supply and service chain. The opportunity for Western Growers to highlight the role of ag tech will provide growers expanded education and information that is critical for the future of the organic industry,” said Walt Duflock, vice president of innovation for Western Growers.
Walt Duflock, Vice President of Innovation, Western Growers
In its fifth year, OGS is the only event specifically designed to bring together organic fresh produce producers and their service and supply chain partners for information, education, and networking opportunities.
"The opportunity for Western Growers to highlight the role of ag tech will provide growers expanded education and information that is critical for the future of the organic industry.” - Walt Duflock
"From seed to soil to harvest, our goal is to present the most relevant information on the most important subjects and issues facing organic production,” said Matt Seeley, co-founder and CEO of Organic Produce Network. “Over the next five months we’re putting together a program that brings all facets of organic growing and production together under one roof to exchange ideas and information.”