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2019 marks an important milestone for RINLA – its 100-year anniversary. The 100th Anniversary Committee has planned two major events – a clambake in July and a gala celebration in November. 100th Anniversary Celebration Rhode Island Lobster Clambake Saturday, July 27 from 6-11 p.m. was filled with nostalgia as more than 140 RINLA members and...
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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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Let us help you reach your customers online and in print. Advertise on our website and in our quarterly newsletter. See attached PDF for information — or call the RINLA office at 401-874-5220 or email executivedirector@rinla.org 2018 RINLA AD RATES
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Attention RINLA members! Remember to take photos of your projects at this peak blooming season! Entries for the 2018 RINLA Professional Excellence Awards will open in October – and we want you to be ready with photos of all your prize-worthy projects! Entering the awards competition is a great way to showcase the excellent professional...
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Candidates in RINLA’s new job match program attended an orientation meeting Aug. 1 and then two work days this past weekend. Participants worked at Watson Farm in Jamestown Friday, Aug. 4 and at Kinney Azalea Gardens in Kingston Saturday, Aug. 5.
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This article appeared in the Aug. 5 issue of The Washington Post. RINLA is doing some great work to address the horticultural industry’s need to engage and educate younger people about the meaningful careers green industry has to offer – Green Collar Jobs Rock! https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/home/the-horticulture-industrys-age-problem-is-bigger-than-you-think/2018/08/05/3c7d3618-734f-11e8-805c-4b67019fcfe4_story.html?utm_term=.dbee289719a7
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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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