Our conference sessions are on new research and hot topics within the beekeeping and pollinator industries such as legislative changes, new science information, honey trade & adulteration issues, and honey market & pollination reports. 

 

Our trade show is one of the best beekeeping trade shows in the country and it's a highlight for the convention attendees to come and meet new companies and see new products.

Registration Information

Registration includes 1 adult, spouse, and  children under 18.

 

Save up to $70.00 by sending in your convention registration by Nov. 15, 2019

 

Full Conference: Early bird Registration (before Nov.15) ...$225         

Full Conference: Pre-register (Nov.15-Dec. 20) .................$250

Two Days:           Pre-register .............................................$140  

Single Day:         Pre-register ...............................................$80 
       

At the Door  registration after Dec. 20, 2019
(pre-registrations cannot be accepted after December  20 and will be charged at the door)
Full Conference  $295……….Two Days $160………..Single Day $100

 

Banquet & Auction...............................................................$65

                          At the Door.................................................$70
Activity-Sacramento History Museum & Dinner...................$85

                         At the Door..................................................$90

If you would like to pay your 2020 membership dues  you may add it at registration check out when buying "tickets"

Hotel Information

HYATT REGENCY SACRAMENTO
1209 L St
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 443-1234

Located across the street from the California State Capitol and steps to the Sacramento Convention Center, the hotel is at the intersection of history

and modern luxury.

 

Located across the street from the California State Capitol and steps to the Sacramento Convention Center, the hotel is at the intersection of history and modern luxury. Explore the Old Sacramento Waterfront and its rich museums or catch a show or game at Golden 1 Center, all within walking distance of Hyatt Regency Sacramento.

Relax in elegant rooms featuring views of the downtown Sacramento Skyline or the iconic California State Capitol from large windows that open for inviting breezes.

Savor fresh, locally sourced ingredients served by the professional staff. Dine al fresco on our outdoor patios offering a tranquil setting and views of the California State Capitol.

Relax in the resort-style outdoor pool and hot tub, both heated year-round. Lounge under poolside cabanas or on the expansive sundeck surrounded by lush landscaping. 

Work up a sweat in the 24-hour StayFit™ gym featuring cardio machines, strength training equipment, and exercise mats. Stay refreshed with chilled towels and filtered water.  Freshen up afterwards in provided locker rooms.

Treat yourself to a pampering massage, facial or Day Package. Indulge in a couple’s massage or relax with an in-room treatment, customized to your needs.

Room Features

  • Hyatt Grand Beds™

  • Complimentary Wi-Fi

  • Large windows that open

  • Minibar

  • Turndown service, upon request

  • Refrigerators

  • Coffee maker with Starbucks

Services

  • Hyatt Fast Board Boarding Pass printing

  • Concierge services

  • Multilingual staff

  • Valet and self-parking

  • Laundry and dry-cleaning services

  • Gift shop

  • Safe deposit boxes at front desk

  • Regency Club lounge

  • In-room dining

  • 26 electric car charging stations

Hotel Features

  • 505 rooms, including 19 suites

  • Four dining outlets, including Vines Café

  • Emperia Wellness & Spa featuring infrared sauna

  • Outdoor heated pool and hot tub with cabanas

  • 24-hour StayFit™ gym

  • 24-hour business services desk

  • 27,000 square feet of event space

  • 100% smoke free

  • Complimentary WiFi in guestrooms and public spaces

Hotel Room Rates

Please note
The hotel will only reserve rooms in our discounted block until DECEMBER 16th, 2019

Single: $159

 

Double: $159

Triple: $184

Quad: $209

For Room Reservations

or call 916-443-1234
code G-HONY

Breakfast is not included in the room rate at this hotel

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  • Val Dolcini, California Department of Pesticide Regulation
     

  • Diana Cox Foster, USDA-ARS Logan, Utah
     

  • Bob Danka, USDA-ARS Baton Rouge
     

  • Jay Evans, USDA-ARS, Beltsville, MD
     

  • D.J. McNeil, Penn State University

Airport Information

Sacramento
International Airport

6900 Airport Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95837

Phone: (916) 929-5411

Sacramento International Airport is 10 miles northwest of downtown Sacramento, also known as the Capital City for the state, in Sacramento County, California. It serves the Greater Sacramento Area, and it is run by the Sacramento County Airport System. Southwest Airlines carries about half the airline passengers.

Directions to Hyatt Regency Hotel

Head north on Airport Blvd

Keep right to continue on Airport Blvd E

Keep right to continue on Aviation Dr

Continue onto Crossfield Dr

Turn left

Merge onto Airport Blvd

Merge onto I-5 S via the ramp to Sacramento

Merge onto I-5 S

Use the right 2 lanes to take exit 519B for J St toward Downtown

Continue onto J St

Turn right onto 13th St

Turn right onto L St

Turn right

Turn right

Destination will be on the left

Distance from Hotel: 12 mi.

Drive Time: 19 min.

Group Activity-Sacramento History Museum & Dinner

Sacramento is one of the oldest and once, the most important, city in California. The combination of gold mining, transcontinental railroads, and agricultural bounty shaped the region and the state far before being eclipsed by Los Angeles and San Jose.

Sacramento History Museum is the only museum devoted to Sacramento, California and California Gold Rush history. The building itself is a replica of Sacramento's 1854 City Hall and Waterworks building. Exhibit themes include the Gold Rush and mining, Nisenan & Maidu Indian Nations, fur trapping, agriculture, and cultural heritage.

A buffet dinner with cash bar in the museum provides an1880s gold rush ambiance.

The museum loves to incorporate living history aspects into their activities with docents and volunteers acting out historical eras. As you enter, these historical characters will greet you and provide narrative about the museum and Sacramento throughout the evening.

January 9, 2020 6:00pm
*A ticket must be purchased for this event. Ticket price is not included in the registration fee. $85 per person pre-purchased or $90 at the door registration purchase.

Banquet & Auction

The banquet is a highlight of the  convention!

 

Elegant dining  with friends and then our “infamous” auction. Let the fun begin when the bidding wars start for the latest

tools of the trade and unique gifts for your “honey.” 

 

You’ll also get a chance to find out “Who’s Who” in the Beekeeping Industry with awards going to this years Beekeeper of the Year and Friend of the Industry.

 

You won’t want to miss this night of  socializing and friendly competition.

January 10, 2020 6:30pm
*A ticket must be purchased for this event. Ticket price is not included in the registration fee. $65 per person pre-purchased or $70 at the door registration purchase.

Welcome Reception

Start the convention right by enjoying an evening of catching up with familiar faces and network with new ones!

Enjoy food and drinks and get exclusive access to the exhibitors you've been

waiting to meet. Network with peers as you preview cutting-edge products from all our Trade Show vendors!

January 7, 2020 6:30pm

no ticket purchase is required

Schedule of Events
At A Glance

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Producers Association

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Cassie Cox
Executive Secretary
PO Box 435
Mendon, UT 84325
office:281-900-9740
cassie@ahpanet.com