Full Conference Includes admission to the Monday Welcome Event; Wednesday Regional Meetings and Awards with Breakfast; Wednesday Deli Lunch and Thursday Continental Breakfast; Thursday Evening Awards Banquet; General Sessions, Concurrent Sessions, Poster Sessions, Exhibit Hall, Exhibitor Forum and Wellness Activities.
Early Bird Registration by July 15 Member: $425 Non-member: $525 Guest/Spouse: $325
NEAFCS has contracted a negotiated reduced rate on rooms for the Annual Session. The block is now open and will remain open until August 11 or until sold out, whichever occurs first. The below rates are per room and do not include tax or service fee. Most of the reserved lodging is at the Summit Hotel with limited space available at the Huntley Lodge and Shoshone Condominiums. Roll-a-way beds will be available at $10 per night based on availability. To book your room, you must call the resort directly at (800) 548-4486. Online booking is not available. More Annual Session Information >>
It is with great excitement that we invite you to join us as a sponsor and/or exhibitor at our 2016 Annual Session. The Annual Session attracts approximately 650 Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) Cooperative Extension Educators from across the nation and its territories. NEAFCS members touch the lives of your consumers every day through the knowledge and resources they share with communities they serve. FCS Extension professionals teach community education programs in nutrition, food safety, human development, aging, parenting education, financial management, 4-H youth development, housing, clothing/textiles and more. The resources you share with our members throughout the year and at the Annual Session are an integral educational component of these programs. Click here for exhibit days/times.
Welcome to the National Extension Association of Family & Consumer Sciences
Network, Grow, Succeed - The National Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences (NEAFCS) educates and recognizes Extension professionals who improve the quality of life for individuals, families and communities. We provide education in:
Food preparation, food safety and nutrition
Home & work environment and safety
Relationship and parenting skills
and much more!
2016 Annual Session
September 12-15, 2016 Big Sky, Montana
Discover new frontiers in research and information.
Engage with colleagues to expand program impacts.
Connect to strengthen the vitality of individuals, families and communities.