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More Information Coming Soon! Follow along for updates on a full conference schedule and a list of tour stops for the conference. Thank you for your patience!


October 4 – 6, 2021 | Grand Junction, CO

Use the button link above to register!

Conference Agenda – [Updated regularly]

Call for Presentations and Poster Sessions – MORE NEEDED!

Additional Information

Hotel Accomodations:

Room Block is available at the Downtown Fairfield Inn and Suites | 225 Main St. Grand Junction, CO

Call 970.242.2525 and reserve a room under the CSU Extension Block | Online Reservations Not Available with the Room Block, you must call to reserve a room

If the Fairfield Inn and Suites or the room block is full, there are other hotel options within one block

Springhill Suites | 236 Main St. Grand Junction, CO | 970.424.5777

TRU by Hilton | 243 Colorado Ave. Grand Junction, CO | 970.256.1000

Hampton Inn Grand Junction | 205 Main St. Grand Junction, CO | 970.243.3222

Parking Fee for each hotel is $7/day per vehicle

Airport Information:

Grand Junction Regional Airport | 2828 Walker Field Dr. Grand Junction, CO

Sunshine Rides Colorado | Taxi Service

Grand Valley Transit- DASH | Local Bus Service from GJT to Downtown | $1.50 cash fare

Uber + Lyft also available

Unfortunately, no shuttle service is available to the hotel. We do have taxi service, as well as a bus route that services the airport, and also Uber and Lyft. There are only a select amount of flights into Grand Junction, so we encourage carpooling in vehicles from the airport to the hotel if you are comfortable traveling with other conference attendees.

Visitor Information:

https://www.visitgrandjunction.com/

https://visitpalisade.com/

https://www.gofruita.com/

Covid-19 Guidelines and Information

Covid-19 Guidelines in Mesa County are changing rapidly. If you have concerns about the virus or traveling to Colorado, you can stay up to date on current policies in Mesa County on the local health department website. Guidelines and information change almost daily, so be sure to check frequently as we approach October.