Notice is hereby given that the Annual Meeting of the Massachusetts Nursery and Landscape Association will be held at 8am on Thursday, February 15, 2024 at the Sheraton Framingham Hotel & Conference Center.
Breakfast will begin at 8:00am
The Annual Meeting Business Session will begin at 8:20 am. At this time, the officers will present brief reports on the activities of your association. Elections of officers and directors for 2024 will take place, followed by votes of the membership.
Keynote Education Session will begin immediately following the MNLA Annual Meeting.
Homegrown National Park: Building Plant Networks for Life Doug Tallamy, Ph.D. University of Delaware Our parks, preserves, and remaining wildlands—no matter how grand in scale—are too small and separated from one another to sustain the native trees, plants, insects, and animals on which our ecosystems depend. We can fix this problem by practicing conservation outside of wildlands, where we live, work, shop, and farm. Thus, the concept for Homegrown National Park: a national challenge to create diverse ecosystems in our yards, communities, and surrounding lands by reducing lawn, planting natives, and removing invasives.
MNLA members looking to attend the Annual Meeting only can register for just $75.00 per person. This registration is a member only benefit and includes breakfast, business meeting & keynote only. The annual meeting is included with full registration to the MNLA’s Winter Forum. Click here to register for the Winter Forum.
Click the Register Online tab below to register for the Annual Meeting only or click here to register for the complete Winter Forum.
The MNLA board of directors invites you to be recognized as an industry leader by sponsoring the 114th MNLA Annual Meeting. Thank you for your support!
$2,500 includes vendor booth and three full, two-day Winter Forum registrations.
Annual Meeting Sponsor
$1,000 includes two full, two-day Winter Forum event registrations.
The MNLA Annual Meeting Breakfast is inclusive of the two-day Winter Forum registration. Acknowledgement at the Annual Meeting and listed on eblasts and the MNLA website. Your company will also be listed in the Annual Meeting program.
Plant Something MA is a project of MNLA which includes professional environmental horticulturists—people who grow, care for, design and install plantings and landscapes in your community.
Growing Wild helps reverse the loss of biological diversity, foster and protect endangered species and add to the natural beauty of our Commonwealth—right in your own backyard.
MNLA provides access to green industry speakers on the cutting-edge and up-to-date information. Our dynamic community is made up of folks from all walks of life. Colleagues share advice and insights. Passion for the betterment of our community drives member participation in MNLA. Individual contribution is valued. Get involved! Join a committee or volunteer at an event. Make our industry—and your business—better!