Welcome to the Floratopia “Judges’ Corner” page. You will find information and links to the forms and activities for our Major Flower Show. We are looking forward to a spectacular show.
For questions, please contact Molly Herrle, email@example.com
The Duniway Portland
A limited number of rooms have been held for us until April 14, 2022 at a rate of $179.00 plus tax single/double at the Duniway, a Hilton Hotel, The Duniway Portland.
Hotel registration link – Use Group/Convention Code PGC at registration.
Reservations may also be available at the Hilton Hotel, 921 SW 6th Avenue, one block from the Duniway Hotel. The Hilton’s room reservation number is 1-800-445-8667. portland.hilton.com
Transportation is included to the Judges’ Dinner, to the judging at the World Forestry Center, and to the Preview Party. The buses will leave from and return to the Duniway Hotel.
Please click the Transportation Form to let us know your needs. The deadline to complete this form is April 19.
May 19, 2022
Come celebrate with your friends from around the country at the Judges’ Dinner on Thursday evening, May 19th. The dinner is the premiere event for Floratopia and will be held at The Town Club, a private women’s club, in southwest Portland. Join us for cocktails and a gourmet Pacific salmon dinner prepared by Chef Gehrett Billinger in this historic setting. Remember to include any food allergies in your registration form.
A complimentary lunch will be provided following judging on May 20, 2022.
Floratopia 2022 Preview Party
May 20, 2022
6:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Ticket price $85
Jane Stetson Memorial Lecture
May 21, 2022
2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Cheatam Hall,World Forestry Center
Join us for an inspirational program to learn about biomimicry. Beth Rattner, Executive Director, The Biomimicry Institute, will present on May 21, 2022 at 2:00pm in Cheatam Hall. This is open to all with no admission charge.
Biomimicry offers an empathetic, interconnected understanding of how life works and ultimately where we fit in. It is a practice that learns from and mimics the strategies used by species alive today. The goal is to create products, processes, and policies — new ways of living — that solve our greatest design challenges sustainably and in solidarity with all life on earth. We can use biomimicry to not only learn from nature’s wisdom, but also heal ourselves — and this planet — in the process.