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CLCA San Diego chapter elects board of directors

3/13/2015

Stacey Sturnot named president elect. More

It's all about the networking

3/13/2015

Green industry students descended on Raleigh for PLANET's annual Student Career Days. More

A service industry

8/6/2014

Volunteers from all over the country donate time and efforts at Renewal & Remembrance Day. More

OPEI branches out to batteries

1/6/2014

Association brings in new battery and electric companies to membership. More

Gulf States Hort Expo set for Jan. 29-31

12/19/2013

The event includes educational sessions geared toward landscapers, nursery and greenhouse growers. More

Court decision prohibits midseason H-2B wage increases

12/11/2013

BALCA ruling in Island Holding case establishes that DOL cannot raise H-2B rates mid-season. More

OPEI launches new education campaign

10/23/2013

When it comes to ethanol, the association continues its efforts to become a more proactive advocate for the green industry. More

Bob Heffernan retires

10/3/2013

The executive director of Connecticut Green Industries is retiring after 24 years of service. More

ANLA and OFA will join to form AmericanHort

9/30/2013

The new trade association will be formed Jan. 1 from the consolidation of ANLA and OFA. More

America in Bloom announces 2013 winners

9/24/2013

Winning communities were named in eight population categories, along with several special awards. More

Last Chance: America In Bloom photo contest voting closes this week

8/27/2013

Voting ends Aug. 31, 2013. More

TPI executive director resigns

8/2/2013

Kirk Hunter submitted his resignation after the group's summer meeting. More

Nursery Stock Select connects growers with wholesale buyers

7/26/2013

The website was developed to help landscapers quickly find the plants they need. More

ANLA urges support for H-2B wage fix legislation

7/25/2013

The immigration bill that passed the Senate in June would rescind the interim wage rule. More

EAB found in Iowa

7/23/2013

The USDA is planning a quarantine that will require permits to move wood products out of the area. More

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