WSNLA is dedicated to supporting the success of its members through serving, promoting, representing and educating the horticultural community of Washington State.
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by John Stanley My conference presentations and workshops ar present are focused on what garden centres will look like in 2020. For certain they will look completely different than they do today and we are only looking six years into the future.
Lucky for us Earth Day is everyday. We are outside planting, sowing, teaching, growing and enlightening people with what we produce, maintain, build and share everyday. It is rewarding work done by dedicated individuals who genuinely enjoy the wonder of nature and the pleasures of gardening.
On Friday, March 28, 2014, Governor Inslee signed into law legislation that WSNLA worked hard to pass during this year's short legislative session. The bill, which addresses land primarily used for commercial horticultural purposes, clarifies and updates the definition of farm and agricultural land as it is used under the property tax open space program.
Help WSNLA replant areas impacted by wildfires in Washington State! Your donations will help private landowners affected by the largest wildfire in Washington State history. Many native trees, shrubs and shade trees around homes were lost in the fire last summer. WSNLA is partnering with Methow Conservancy, Okanogan Conservation District, Lawyer Nursery and the Arbor Day Foundation to distribute plants and trees needed. This is a great way for the WSNLA Community to help another community out and work towards keeping Washington green.
Donations of $10, $20, $50 and $100 are encouraged. LEARN MORE ABOUT THIS & DONATE NOW!!
To thrive in the present and grow in the future, companies need to market, target and build relationships with all generations - especially Millenials. They have buying power now, but their buying influence in the garden industry is only budding. Read More.
Earn a new designation to show customers and others that you are knowledgeable in sustainable practices. Besides this advanced learning, this is a great opportunity to network with other landscape profession als around Washington State who promote and conduct sustainable practices. The training, study materials, and exam are based on 200+ sustainable best practices for: Protect and Conserve Soils; Conserve Water; Protect Water and Air Quality; Protect and Create Wildlife Habitat; Conserve Energy; Sustain Healthy Plants; Use Sustainable Methods and Materials; and Protect and Enhance Human Health and Well-being. Find out more about ecoPRO Certified.
Welcome! WSNLA would like to announce the following firms as new members of the WSNLA Community.
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