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Technical Tours at the 2014 ASABE/CSBE Joint Meeting


Participants at the 2014 ASABE/CSBE meeting can view state-of-the art technology by taking part in one of the optional technical tours offered next July in Montréal, Canada.

On July 13, a one-day tour will include several research facilities at McGill University’s Bioresource Engineering Department. On July 16, a half-day tour will focus on a large-scale biomass heating plant at a greenhouse. The day after the meeting, on July 17, two technical tours are offered. The first post-meeting tour includes a large agricultural machinery facility, a sugar shack visit and meal, and a winery. The second post-meeting tour brings participants at a state-of-the-art aquaculture facility and at an innovative water treatment plant. Details are found at the meeting web site under: Agenda / Program, Technical & Local Tours:


Participants should pre-register by June 27 for better planning. After that date, registration will be accepted only on site, at a higher fee. Booking on some of the tours might not be available after June 27. If you have already registered but did not include a tour, take time to read about the tours and perhaps find a useful addition to your own personal agenda. If you decide to add a tour, pre-register by June 27 and indicate that it is an addition to your pre-registration.

Plan to participate in this major event where more than 1,000 engineers and students are expected to exchange on agricultural, food, biological and environmental engineering issues.

The Local Organizing Committee
Canadian Society for Bioengineering (CSBE/SCGAB)
American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE)



Emailed on June 4th, 2014

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René Morissette

Research Engineer for Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada at Québec City research centre. Mainly working on forage harvesting and conservation, biomass combustion. CSBE webmaster since 2008. Part-time webdesigner.

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