We hope you are enjoying your summer! AFCG have recently created a new brochure. Click on the link below to check it out.
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We had a great turn out at the Riverside seminar on May 11. Thank you
Dr. Jim Baird for assisting us and for UC Riverside for hosting us. We
also had a great session at the San Diego seminar on May 12. Thank you
Mike Tarantino for your assistance and to Poway USD for hosting us. To
those who couldn't make it, do not miss our next seminar series. You can
find dates and location on the Future Events page. Hope to see you
there! We would also like to welcome our newest premier partner -
AstroTurf. Check out what they are all about in the Partners section.
AFCG is pleased to introduce our new partners and invite you to view their page to learn more about them. QKA is an architectural firm in Santa Rosa with over 25 years of experience. KISSS is an innovative irrigation system company out of Longmont, CO. We also welcome Shaw Sportexe based in Georgia specializing in synthetic turf.
We are also happy to announce that our May 5 seminar at River Cats Stadium (Raley Field) was a success. We had 14 attendees at the seminar from 7 different organizations. A big thanks for our guest speakers, Mark Lucas from UC Davis and Chris Ralston from Raley Field who gave us a tour of the facility.
There is still time to register for any of our upcoming spring
workshops. We will be in Sacramento on May 5, Riverside on May 11 and
San Diego on May 12. Go to the Future Events page to sign up now. Also
check out the dates and locations for our Fall Series on that page.
The first edition of our newsletter is now available. Check it out!
Registrations are under way! Remember space is limited so register now on
the Future Events page. Credit cards are accepted and members of STMA and
CPRS get a discount.
The seminar on May 11 has been moved to UC Riverside. Dr. Jim Baird, a
turfgrass specialist for the University will also be speaking at the
seminar. Mike Tarantino of Poway USD will be speaking at the May 12
seminar. Register now on our Future Events page!
NCC/STMA members and CPRS members now get a 10% discount to our upcoming
seminars! Register now by opening the registration forms below. The next
seminars are May 5 in Sacramento, May 11 in Riverside and May 12 in San
Our next workshop is on May 5, 2011 at River Cats Stadium (Raley Field) in West Sacramento, CA. View PDF below for the registration form.
We also have 2 upcoming workshops in Southern California. On May 11, 2011 we will be in Riverside and on May 12, 2011 we will be in San Diego. View PDF below for the registration form.|
Our next workshop is on May 5, 2011 at River Cats Stadium (Raley Field) in West Sacramento, CA.
For more information, view PDF below.
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Our next seminar will be on March 9, 2011 hosted by Santa Ana Unified
School District. Topic of the seminar will be living turf and synthetic
turf. Cost is $35 per person and $30 for each additional person from the
same organization. This includes a continental breakfast and light
lunch. If interested, please contact us at 916-496-8010.
AFCG will be the featured presenter at the Los Angeles County Facilities
Network Meeting on March 10, 2011 from 9 am to 12 pm. The meeting takes
place at the Los Angeles County Office of Education Center.
|January 26, 2011|
8 am to 1:30 pm
Hosted by Paramount USD
Paramount USD will be hosting our next workshop on January 26, 2011.
Topic of discussion will be understanding and how to take care of
synthetic turf and all-weather track. We look forward to presenting in
front of at least 6 school districts. If you are interested in having
your own workshop, please contact us.