Advertising with MNLA

Advertise in one of these publications!

MNLA Pro Grow eNews and MCH Plant Geek eNews will reach nearly 2,500 industry professionals—employees and owners—who will receive our eNews every month. Each publication will go out every other month.

Distribution date: Around the 25th of each month.
Deadline: 1st of the month.
Open Rate: approx. 26%.

eNews ads

Your image ad will be hot linked to your website or Facebook page.

Square: 400w x 400h pixels, 200 dpi, displayed prominently, $299/month—limited to one ad position per month.

Bottom of page: 400w x 150h pixels, 200 dpi, $199/month—limited to three ad positions per month.

Art submitted can be a .jpg, .png or .gif file and must be no larger than 300k.

eNews paid content

You will receive:

  • A title link to provided editorial.
  • Will be posted to MNLA’s social media.
  • Will be labeled as paid content.
  • The content is subject to approval.

Rate: $299/month

the latest MNLA advertising rates

If you market to the Nursery and Landscape industry in Massachusetts, consider advertising in Pro Grow News.

This full color magazine is distributed six times each year to over 1,500 landscape designers and contractors, nurseries and greenhouses, growers and suppliers, as well as being available online to a much larger community. Your advertising message couldn’t be planted in more fertile ground!

Advertising Sales
Debbie Rauen
Phone: (817) 501-2403 | Email Debbie

Click here for more information regarding ad placement in Pro Grow News.

Other online advertising

Added benefit for advertisers of 1/2 page or more in all four issues of ProGrowNews will be a web ad on the home page of our website for FREE—a $250 value. The ad will run for the calendar year. The dimensions for an online ad are 400px x 315px, and must be RGB at 72dpi. For more information please contact Rena Sumner, Executive Director at 413-369-4731 or send an email.

Partner programs

Plant Something MA

consumers planting something

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

Growing WIld: native plants in massachusetts

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.

Not an MNLA member?

annual meeting of the Massachusetts nursery and landscape association

There are many reasons to join MNLA.

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!

annual meeting of the Massachusetts nursery and landscape association