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We are excited to announce that our non-profit arm, the Rhode Island Nursery & Landscape Institute (RINLI) has been awarded a USDA NIFA grant from the National Institute of Food and Agriculture. See below for the full press release that was sent on RINLI’s behalf from the office of Senator Jack Reed. RINLI grant press...
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The RI Department of Environmental Management in conjunction with the Department of Business Regulation issues this guidance to clarify the April 18 directive by the Governor that all garden centers cease in-store retail sales until April 27 and then reopen only in strict compliance with the protocols in this guidance. PROTOCOLS AND GUIDANCE The following...
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(Written on March 29, 2020 – information changes daily and we will continue to update you as orders are changed) Dear RINLA Members, RINLA would like to thank our members who have reached out with questions concerning the Executive Order issued on Saturday March 28: The Governor and the RI Department of Health have issued...
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2019 marks an important milestone for RINLA – its 100-year anniversary. A great time was had at the July 27th Clambake, and we’ll continue the celebration at the RINLA Gala on Nov 9th. RINLA’S 100th Anniversary Gala Celebration On Saturday, Nov. 9 from 5:30-11:00 p.m. RINLA will host its 100-Year Gala at the Crowne Plaza...
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The James L. Maher Center is inviting Requests for Information from businesses and alliances to “re-imagine” and vision possibilities to utilize its former Garden Center.
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Entries are now open for RINLA’s 2018 Professional Excellence Awards.
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This year’s winter conference and trade show will offer a day to learn from experts in the fields of horticulture as well as business. It’s also a great opportunity to meet up with fellow RINLA members to share information and network. Ample time is built into the schedule to visit with a wide variety of...
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We are so grateful to the state of Rhode Island and Real Jobs RI for the investment and support of RINLA’s Registered Apprenticeship Program for agriculture and plant-based industry — the first in the country. What a great success story for Rhode Island!
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Founded in 1919, the Rhode Island Nursery & Landscape Association will celebrate its 100th anniversary in 2019. Victoria Wallace, a past president of RINLA and Associate Extension Educator at the University of Connecticut, will chair the 100th Anniversary Committee, which is planning events to celebrate this milestone.
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In June 2017 RINLA and partners received Real Jobs planning and implementation grants to develop and register the first in the nation multi-employer registered apprenticeship program for agriculture and plant-based industry. We are pleased to announce that as of February 28, 2018, RINLA’s Multi-employer Registered Apprenticeship has been approved by the state’s Apprenticeship Council and...
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