New England Grows: New Features Announced
Monday, January 05, 2015
Posted by: Susan Bergeron West
Exciting New Opportunities at
New England Grows: February 4–6, 2015
BOSTON, Mass.—New England Grows, the Northeast's largest educational conference and green industry exposition, will be held in Boston Wednesday, February 4 through Friday, February 6, 2015. As opening day draws near, green industry professionals are reminded that January 15 is the deadline date for special savings on registration fees.
New England Grows offers a year's worth of business building education and networking opportunities in three days. Along with its trademark world-class educational seminars, the 1000+ booth exposition is filled with great offers on the latest products and equipment.
Today's hottest trends and best management practices will be presented by well-known industry professionals, academics, researchers, and marketing specialists. Among these are: native plant expert Doug Tallamy; new plant guru Kelly Norris; efficiency consultant Mike Lysecki of the Landscape Management Network; Arizona-based water conservationist Brad Lancaster; ecosystem specialist Toby Hemenway; renowned hardscape designer, Bill Gardocki, and retail marketing wizard Rick Segel.
In addition to a three-day line up of business-building seminars, new features at GROWS include: opening night at Laugh Boston; a live patio build on the expo floor; Hoisting License recertification opportunity; an inaugural Women in Horticulture event; a special Future Leaders program for students, and more.
New England Grows' participants can take away the latest trends, tips & techniques at popular Sprint Sessions right on the tradeshow floor. These 15-minute, rapid-fire updates are presented by Extension personnel, top suppliers, and other industry experts on the Common Ground stage at GROWS.
Enjoy special savings for early registration when you sign up by January 15. For the latest program and registration information visit NewEnglandGrows.org and be sure to join New England Grows' growing community on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest.
New England Grows is an educational partnership between the New England Nursery Association, Massachusetts Arborists Association, Massachusetts Association of Landscape Professionals, Massachusetts Nursery & Landscape Association, and its network includes more than 40 allied green industry organizations. For more information, visit NewEnglandGrows.org.