Latest News

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.
Read More
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
Read More
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!
Read More
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.
Read More
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 is fully registered. For more information about RINLA’s Apprenticeship program, click on the “Certification & Apprenticeship” menu.
Read More
1 2 3 4

PO Box 984
West Kingston, RI 02892

240 Chestnut St,
Warwick, RI 02888

Spring 2024 issue of RINLA’s quarterly newsletter! Click Here To View