January 29, 2018 - January 31, 2018
Grand Hyatt Washington
1000 H Street
The deadline to book your room is 5:00 PM EST on Friday, January 5
NASDA is currently holding a block of rooms at the Grand Hyatt Washington, DC at the rate of $269/night + 14.5% tax from January 27 – January 31, 2018.
The deadline to book your room at the NASDA group rate is 5:00PM EST Friday, January 5, 2018. NASDA's limited block of hotel rooms could sell out well before the January 5 deadline so please reserve your room(s) early! Reservation requests received after the cut-off date will be based on availability at the Grand Hyatt’s prevailing rates.
If you wish to make your reservation over the phone please call Hyatt Central Reservations before Friday, January 5 at 888-421-1442. Please be sure to mention the NASDA Winter Policy Conference to receive the group rate of $269/night + tax.
Hotel Reservation Cancellations: You may cancel your reservations 72 hours prior to arrival without penalty.
Please see below for registration fees. Registration is coming soon. Contact Carly Grether with questions.
Early Bird Pricing(On or before 1/5/18)
Late Pricing(On or before 1/28/18)
On-Site Registration Pricing (1/29/18 – 1/31/18)
One Day Registration
Full Registration (NASDA Members, State Staff, Affiliates)
Full Registration (Sponsor, Industry, Federal Partners)
2018 NASDA Partners Program - NASDA's Annualized Approach to Sponsorships
Winter Policy Conference & Annual Meeting Sponsorships Plus Enhanced Networking Opportunities
Relationships make a difference. NASDA is committed to building lasting relationships within the food and agriculture industries and systems. Our partners program not only increases your organization’s visibility, but provides networking opportunities for companies interested in advancing agriculture and food policies at the national level. NASDA Members have a broad range of regulatory and promotional responsibilities.
This program provides your organization with insight on emerging legislative and regulatory issues from state and federal levels. The importance of building and sustaining relationships with elected and appointed officials, as well as with others in the business community and NASDA staff, is key to making a difference in agriculture.
As a NASDA Partner, this program provides a matchless setting to engage on issues that are important to your organization and strengthens your understanding of the issues and trends facing agriculture on both national and international levels.