SAVE THE DATE!
2014 Great Plains Winter Conference
January 16 & 17, 2014
Cornhusker Hotel – Lincoln, Nebraska
The NNLA along with the Nebraska Arborists Association are in the process of planning the joint winter conference together again for 2014. Mark your calendar and plan to attend as an attendee and/or exhibitor. The Cornhusker Hotel will once again be a wonderful setting for a day full of educational opportunities and activities. Details will be posted here!
Interested in being an exhibitor? View the brochure and register today!
Are you a student in a horticulture program? NNLA has scholarships available to attend the Great Plains Winter Conference – View the application below.
Are you interested in serving on the NNLA Board or know someone who would be a great candidate? Election for a Director position will take place during lunch at the NNLA Business meeting on January 17, 2014, during the Nebraska GREAT PLAINS Conference. Fill out the 2014 Nomination Form and send to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Nebraska Nursery and Landscape Association mission is: “To serve the Green Industry by educating and supporting our members to successfully improve the quality of our environment.”
We provide resources for both the gardening community and the green industry. The NNLA strives to promote certified professionals, Great Plants and the growth of horticulture in Nebraska.
The Nebraska Association of Nurseryman was established in 1925 to represent the Nebraska Nursery Industry. The nursery and landscape industry has grown a great deal over the years and the group is now the Nebraska Nursery and Landscape Association.
The NNLA has grown to serve members across the state as well as many members outside the borders of Nebraska. Our members consist of retail garden centers, growers, landscape designers and contractors, landscape management firms and consultants, industry suppliers, college faculty, arborists, turf specialists and certified nurserymen.
Nebraska’s top industry professionals lead the organization by volunteering on the board of directors and committees and by serving as advisors. These volunteers work to provide education, legislative involvement and certification programs for the industry as well as other member benefits. NNLA members also participate in community projects. In 2011, The NNLA planted three educational gardens at Camp Carol Joy Holling.
The NNLA sponsors a winter conference, a Summer Field Day, training and certification for the Nebraska Certified Nurseryman program, a newsletter, student scholarships, and plant auctions to support university research.