This site has been developed to provide resources for both the gardening community and the green industry. The INLA strives to promote certified Garden Center and Landscaping professionals – ICNP’s – and the growth of horticulture in Iowa.Read More
INLA’s 2011 Annual Convention & Trade Show was a great success and wonderful educational experiance! The INLA Board and ISU Horticulture Department will team up again this year to create an even more exciting event! The combined conference will again be one of the biggest...Read More
USDA funds will help groups promoting fruits, vegetables, nuts, and flowers Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Bill Northey announced that the Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship will be awarding $238,548 grants to Iowa organizations to help enhance the...Read More
Iowa Nursery & Landscape Association
There are many benefits to becoming a member of the Iowa Green Industry Association, such as boosting your professional appearance to the community, taking the Iowa Certified Nursery Professional Tests, giving you the opportunity to know more about what is going on in our industry, receiving discounts towards attending the INLA Trade Show, and networking with your peers at trade shows and other INLA supported events.
Make sure you check out our Scholarships page. For the Haber Scholarship, one $2,000 scholarship and registration to the 2012 ISU Shade Tree Short Course and INLA Banquet is awarded to a student at ISU studying Horticulture. For the Community College Scholarship, $500 annual scholarships are awarded to three students at Iowa Community Colleges studying horticulture.
Webinars (online seminars) sponsored by INLA were scheduled for February and March in both 2012 and 2013. These webinars are available free of charge to INLA members. Below are the webinar dates, topics and presenters for this year. Each webinar is one hour in length. Live access to the webinar will be from 3:00-4:00 Central Time on the day of the event. Each webinar will also be archived and available through the INLA website a few days after the live presentation.