Registration Form

22nd International WACRA Conference
MUAF - Mendel University of Agriculture and Forestry in Brno
Brno, Czech Republic, July 3-6, 2005

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I will make my own reservations directly with the:
Continental Hotel
A three-star hotel located in a quiet part of the city, but also very close to the city centre. Rates per room (including breakfast):
double room - CZK 1,500 (approx. $70);
single room - CZK 1,100 (
approx. $50).
Please Note:
After April 15, rooms are available at conference rates on a space available basis.
Delegates & guests are required to wear conference name tags at all times for admittance to events and for security.
Conference Fees
Includes Material, Sunday Dinner at the University; Monday Gala Dinner at Spilberk castle; Tuesday P.M. guided tour of Lednice castle and some of the Unesco-heritage sites of Palava, followed by dinner at a wine-cellar in Cejkovice; Mon-Wed Lunch & Refreshments during the Conference.

Paid On/Before
March 25, 2005

Paid After
March 25, 2005

Fee/person  Number of Persons
Fee/person Number of Persons Total

Members $695
$775 $

Non-Members $780
$860 $

Partner/Spouse Conference Fee $320
$320 $
Membership Dues
Membership Type

  Regular (US $75)
Organization (US $390)
Sustaining (US $550)
Associate (US $60, for Advanced Students)
Retired Faculty (US $35)
Scholarship Fund
Your tax-deductible contribution
Optional Activities/Events
Saturday, July 2, 2005  
Optional tour of a small brewery (tour, tasting and dinner)
dinner at the brewery, life case study study.


Sunday, July 3, 2005
Optional WICS Interactive Workshops (Incl. Materials, Lunch, Refreshments).


Monday, July 4, 2005  
Optional Mid-morning and Afternoon: Olomouc, guided walking/shopping/lunch (pay as you go) through Olomouc. After Prague, the historical centre of Olomouc is the most significant monument reservation in the Czech Republic. The oldest part of the town now occupies the area on which formerly stood an 11th C castle. In its place the Cathedral of St. Wenceslav was built around 1110. Historically valuable is the towns so-called Romanic Palace and many significant, beautifully restored and preserved baroque buildings. The tour includes transportation, entrance fees and guide.


Tuesday, July 5, 2005  
Optional (Morning) Tour of Villa Tugendhat - a UNESCO heritage site.
Even at the time it was built, the residential villa at Number 45,Cernopolni Street in the Cerna Pole quarter of the city of Brno, attracted considerable attention. Its fame grew steadily wit the passage of time, as did its recognition in the context of modern architectural work, confirming its unique position within its field: Villa Tugendhat, the most significant building to be completed by the German architect Mies van der Rohe on European ground, has become a cornerstone in the history of 20th C architecture.


Wednesday, July 6, 2005  
Optional dinner with folkloric music & dances.
Dinner and entertainment includes transportation.


Thursday-Sunday, July 7-10, 2005
Four Day Cultural/Educational Post Conference Tour
Available Only as Offered. Day One. Visit of Austerlitz (Slavkov), site of the 1805 Battle of the Three Emperors (Russian Tsar, Austrian Emperor and Napoleon) followed by a visit of Moravsky kras (Moravian Karst), the most significant karst area in the Czech Republic. Limestone formations from the Devonian period (350-380 million years ago) have developed within an area of 25 km long and 3-6 km wide zone north of Brno. Tour of the caves by boat, hiking (optional), traveling by small roadtrain and cable car. Includes open air dinner. Overnight stay in conference hotel in Brno. Day Two. Travel through beautiful Moravian country side. Visits to Namest nad Oslavou, Telc and Cesky Krumlov, undoubtedly one of the most beautiful towns in the Czech Republic. Overnight stay in Trebon. Day Three. Visit Hluboka Chateau and Karlstejn (near Prague). Overnight stay. Day Four. After breakfast travel to Prague. Short introductory city tour. Educational/cultural post conference tour ends. Limited seating. Early registration - March 1, 2005 - is required. Travel in modern tour bus, includes 3 nights hotel & breakfast, 2 lunches & 3 dinners, admission fees, guides, and entertainment.

Paid On/Before
March 1, 2005

Paid After
March 1, 2005

Fee/Person  Number of Persons
Fee/Person Number of Persons Total

Double room occupancy $550
$630 $

Single room  occupancy $650
$730 $
                  Refund Policy
                  85% Refunded upon Written Request Received Prior to 4/10/05
                  45% Refunded upon Written Request Received Prior to 5/3/05

Conference Total





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Upon receipt of payment, presentations, workshops, etc. will be scheduled and logistical details and other conference information will be mailed.

Refund Policy
Conference Registration Fees (less $80) will be refunded upon written request received prior to 5/29/05 or alternatively, a replacement may be named; Tours, optional events: 85% will be refunded upon written request received prior to 4/10/05, 45% prior to 5/3/05.


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