Welcome to North American Truffle Growers' Association…

  • About NATGA

    The North American Truffle Growers' Association will work to establish growing premium gourmet truffles in North America as a specialty agricultural crop by supporting members from tree planting to marketing their truffles.

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  • Truffle History

    Egyptian, Greek and Roman literature all contain references to truffles in one form or another. Truffles have graced the tables of kings, tyrants and noblemen for centuries.

    After the fall of the Roman Empire...

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Important Documents

2017 Conference Agenda

2017 Conference Agenda

2016 Fall Newsletter

2016 Fall Newsletter

2017 Conference Notice

2017 Conference Notice

2017 NATGA Membership Dues

Now is the time to renew your membership. Existing members can renew their membership below. For issues with payments, email the NATGA Treasurer.

New Members should contact the NATGA Treasurer directly.

($2.00 transaction fee added to PayPal and Credit Card transactions)

Winter Conference Registration

Friday, February 3, 2017

Saturday, February 4, 2017

Sunday, February 5, 2017

Make your hotel reservations now! Registration deadline for the Special Room Rate is January 7, 2017
Make room reservations separately with The Hawthorne Inn, go to www.hawthorneinn.com or call Toll free # 800-972-3774
Special block Room Rate is $109/night plus tax. NATGA's Group Code is 26R2OE ("O" as in Oscar)

Priced a La Carte

Meeting

Hotel: Hawthorne Inn & Conference Center

Friday night meeting/reception, Saturday meeting, coffee, pastries/fruit, lunch, conference related expenses, and Sunday Panel Discussion.

Note: Please advise any food allergies.

NATGA members: $150.00/person

Non-members: $275.00/person

($2.00 transaction fee added to PayPal and Credit Card transactions)

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Truffle Dinner

Location: Rooster's - A Noble Grille

Saturday evening dinner. (Includes tax and gratuities, not alcohol)

Note: Please advise any food allergies.

NATGA members: $80.00/person

Non-members: $90.00/person

($2.00 transaction fee added to PayPal and Credit Card transactions)

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Weekend All-Inclusive Package

All Events (Excluding Accommodation)

Hotel: Hawthorne Inn & Conference Center

Dinner Location: Rooster's - A Noble Grille

Friday night meeting/reception, Saturday meeting, coffee, pastries/fruit, lunch, conference related expenses, and Sunday Panel Discussion.
Saturday evening dinner. (Includes tax and gratuities, not alcohol)

Note: Please advise any food allergies.

NATGA members: $225.00/person

Non-members: $350.00/person

($2.00 transaction fee added to PayPal and Credit Card transactions)

discount code:

Attendees:

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NATGA neither supports nor endorses any specific nursery, growing methods or approaches, business model or technology related to trufficulture. We endeavor to bring to the membership the breadth of knowledge available from multiple sources from which each member can choose. Membership by a nursery, scientist, vendor, etc. does not imply endorsement by NATGA.


The North American Truffle Growers' Association is a 501(c)(3) organization as determined by the Internal Revenue Service. As such, donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed. Check with your accountant if you have questions. For information related to the Unit and its tax status, including the determination letter and Form 990s, contact us by using the Contact Page.

Interested in becoming a NATGA member

Use the registration form in our brochure above or follow the link below for more information on how to become a member of National Truffle Grower's Association.

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