Membership in MNLA is a cost-effective way to keep your business growing.
By providing timely education opportunities, industry and governmental information, media representation, product and industry research, professional certification, and a host of other business and personal benefits, MNLA works to ensure that our members are able to offer their customers the latest and greatest nursery and landscape products and services.
“The MNLA is such a great and positive association and I'm proud to be a part of it!”
MNLA drives business to its members. By promoting horticulture in Massachusetts through campaigns like Plant Something, we build consumer awareness of the advantages of working with green industry professionals, with the goal of driving consumers to your business.
MNLA enables members to expand their industry knowledge and skills. We offer our members regular opportunities to update and increase their knowledge of the latest trends, issues, products, and services in the green industry. Educational programs include Industry Conferences, Classes and Workshops, Field Days, Issue Forums, Site Visits and Tours, as well as the renowned and respected Massachusetts Certified Horticulturist (MCH) Certification Program.
MNLA advances the interests of its members. By staying abreast of legislation that could impact our members, we keep them informed and make sure that the voices of nursery and landscape professionals and green industry business owners like you are heard at the state house and beyond.
MNLA is where environmental horticulture professionals meet. Our events provide excellent professional networking opportunities. Many of our functions, courses, and meetings not only provide members with the most relevant and cutting edge information, they also provide the perfect opportunities for industry professionals to make new contacts, exchange ideas, and explore business possibilities.
Other benefits include:
Information & Resources
Marketing & Business Development
Education & Certification
Business & Personal
10/24/2016 » 12/12/2016
UMass Extension: Green School begins October 24th