CARY, N.C. – The Turf & Ornamentals business of Bayer, part of the company’s Environmental Science Unit, will be the title sponsor of the National Association of Landscape Professionals’ (NALP) Women in Landscape Network (WILN).
“We are exceptionally honored to sponsor the Women in Landscape Network,” said John Wendorf, customer marketing manager for the Bayer lawn and ornamentals business segments. “Bayer is very passionate about diversity and inclusion and supports a variety of initiatives that work to advance D&I in the industries we support. The WILN fits in perfectly with those efforts, and we look forward to supporting the network as it serves to connect, empower and advocate for women in the lawn and landscape industry.”
The WILN is a place for women to interact, share stories, get support and ask for expert advice. The network was created in 2019 to connect, empower and advocate for women in the landscape industry.
As part of its three-year commitment to supporting women in the landscape industry, Bayer will hold one seat and serve on the WILN Leadership team.
“We are thrilled to have Bayer as the title sponsor of the NALP Women in the Landscape Network,” said Jennifer Myers, senior director of workforce development at NALP. “Our focus on attracting, retaining and supporting women through networking, events, social media, education and more, aligns closely with Bayer’s commitment to champion women in the landscape and lawn care industry.”