MNLA Young Nursery & Landscape Professional of the Year Nomination Form

This annual award was established by the Massachusetts Nursery and Landscape Association in 2020. Its purpose is to reward, to honor and to encourage participation, achievement and growth by an individual who is involved in the horticultural and landscape industry and has not yet reached the age of 40 years.

A candidate for the award is an individual who has shown involvement in MNLA, has contributed to the growth and success of their company of employment, and has portrayed an image to the public of what our products and services can do for them.

Please make nominations on or before December 13, 2023. The recipient will be recognized at the MNLA Annual Meeting Breakfast on February 15, 2024.

Nominee information

Please provide as much information as possible below as to why your nominee should be considered for the award.
Nominee name(Required)
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Nominator contact information

The following form fields are specific to the person submitting this nomination.
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