The North American Chemical Residue Workshop (NACRW) formerly the Florida Pesticide Residue Workshop (FPRW) conducts an annual meeting for scientists particularly interested in trace level analysis of pesticides, veterinary drug residues, and other chemicals in food, animal feed, and environmental samples. The purpose of the meeting is to provide training, develop and improve technical knowledge, facilitate development and distribution of new analysis methods and techniques, and establish networking to promote professional cooperation between scientists of these interests. While the majority of attendees are from North America, important international speakers are always included in the Technical Program, and attendance of scientists from Asia, Europe, South America, Australia, and Africa is increasing annually.
The meeting attracts between 300 to 350 attendees representing government, academia, and industries. The program is designed for technical scientists and lab managers alike; interactive forums and daily poster and vendor sessions will be held.
Visit the archives section of the website for information about previous meetings.
Bench chemists, laboratory managers, quality managers, and anyone else involved in pesticide residue or environmental contaminant residue analyses
To gain valuable information on the methodologies and analytical tools used in residue level analyses of pesticides, veterinary drugs and environmental contaminants
To meet others who are doing the very same things, and to establish valuable contacts with many experts
To learn about regulatory issues effecting chemical residue work
2024 NACRW Tentative Schedule
Monday (tickets available for guest)
2023 FLAG Works, Inc/NACRW Board
Sherry Garris, Chair
JoMarie Cook, Treasurer
Teri Besse, Executive Director
The North American Chemical Residue Workshop (NACRW) is sponsored by FLAG Works, Inc., a non-profit corporation, registered in the State of Florida. Its purpose is to facilitate and provide education and training in laboratory analysis of chemical residues and foodborne pathogens, including training in methodology, laboratory standards, and regulatory issues.
FLAG Works, Inc. is a tax exempted non-profit organization under section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions to FLAG Works are tax deductible, and FLAG Works is qualified to receive tax deductible bequests, devises, transfers or gifts.
Please contact Executive Director, Teri Besse, for further information.
Shown in the picture (left to right): Julie Kowalski, Brian Eitzer, Sherri Turnipseed, Jon Wong, Sherry Garris, Teri Besse, Simon Hird, and Jo Marie Cook
2023 NACRW Board (Marriott Harbor Beach Resort)