Big Sky Resort is located approximately one hour (less than 50 miles) from the Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport (BZN) and the northwest entrance to Yellowstone National Park. Most transportation services conveniently deliver guests to the front door of the Huntley Lodge, Shoshone Condominiums and the Yellowstone Conference Center for check-in. Bellmen are available to assist guests with their luggage at the resort.

NEAFCS has negotiated a discounted shuttle service through Karst Stage from the Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport to the Big Sky Resort.  A round trip shuttle is $68.52 (adult) and one way fare of $43.31 (does not include the $2 per adult Airport Tax).  The child’s (3-12 years) rate would be $35.24 round trip and $21.64 one way (does not include the $2 Airport Tax).  Infants up to two years old would be charged $2 for the Airport Tax.  Book online at


About Big Sky

First Time Visitor's Guide

New to the Big Sky vacation experience? We are here to make the planning as easy as possible to allow you to sit back, relax and enjoy the anticipation of your upcoming trip. Click here for more information >

Activities and Things To Do In Big Sky
Big Sky Resort is the Basecamp to Yellowstone and the perfect headquarters for mountain adventures. Basecamp can help your group arrange a variety of memory-making side trips to make your experience here even more enjoyable. Click here for more information >

Restaurants & Dining In Big Sky
Whatever it is you're craving, Big Sky offers a great variety of restaurant selections to help make everyone in the family happy. Click here for more information >



It is with great excitement that we invite you to join us as a sponsor and/or exhibitor at our 2016 Annual Session. The Annual Session attracts approximately 650 Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) Cooperative Extension Educators from across the nation and its territories. NEAFCS members touch the lives of your consumers every day through the knowledge and resources they share with communities they serve. FCS Extension professionals teach community education programs in nutrition, food safety, human development, aging, parenting education, financial management, 4-H youth development, housing, clothing/textiles and more. The resources you share with our members throughout the year and at the Annual Session are an integral educational component of these programs.

Meet Our Exhibitors

(Listed Alphabetically - = Sponsor)

2017 Annual Session - Omaha, NE
BOOTH #: 7
Phone: (561) 477-8100

Active Parenting Publishers
BOOTH #: 4
1220 Kennestone Circle, Suite 130
Marietta, Georgia 30066
Phone: (800) 825-0060
Contact Name: Rhea Lewis, Marketing Coordinator
Product/Service Description: Led by founder, Michael H. Popkin, Ph.D., Active Parenting Publishers has provided award-winning, video-based education programs to helping professionals since 1983. Our research-based programs cover topics including parenting, character education, and school success. Please call 800-825-0060 for more information, or visit our website at

Alabama Cooperative Extension System
BOOTH #: 24

109 Duncan Hall    
Auburn University, Alabama 36849
Phone: (334) 844-4444
Contact Name: Emery Tschetter, Director of Communications and Marketing
Product/Service Description: Extension to Families, with the Alabama Cooperative Extension System (ACES), provides evidence- and research-based education and resources to help families make decisions that improve and transform their lives. We are about empowering individuals and families across the life span to reach their full potential.  You can count on our faculty to provide reliable information to encourage and inspire people to adopt new behaviors to strengthen their families and relationships, live more balanced and healthier lifestyles, spend wisely, and work well. We live, work, and play in communities across Alabama and are part of Auburn University and the College of Human Sciences. This allows us the unique opportunity to connect families to knowledge, research, and unbiased information.



Online registration is now closed, but please join us in Big Sky to register on-site.  On-site registration will open Sunday, September 11, from 4:30 PM to 7:30 PM and extend all week.


2016 Annual Session

Big Sky Resort
September 12-15

Annual Session Photos
Annual Session Photos are now available at 

CEUs and PDUs:
The Annual Session has been approved by the following.

American Association of Family & Consumer Science (AAFCS)
20 PDUs possible toward CFCS
6 PDUs possible toward CPFFE

Association for Financial Counseling and Planning Education
Hours Granted 8.5

National Council on Family Relations (NCFR) / Certified Family Life Educator (CFLE)
Contact Hours 8.0 or CEUs: 0.8 CEUs



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