INLA Office Operations Temporarily Move During Construction

Posted on Jun 22, 2020 in news

The Grow Iowa’s Future with Agribusiness Capital Campaign has reached another milestone and work is ready to begin work on remodeling the Agribusiness Association of Iowa building, which is also the home office for Iowa Nursery and Landscape Association.

On June 11, 2020, the INLA offices will be temporarily relocated to a building a few miles away on the east side of Des Moines.

The office phone number, email addresses, and other contact information remain the same. We will continue to receive US Postal Service correspondence at the current Des Moines Street headquarters address. The only change will be if you are stopping by the Home Office after June 11, be sure to use the address noted below.

Important Information About the Temporary Office Move

Continue to send mail, checks, forms, and other correspondence, to:

Iowa Nursery and Landscape Association
900 Des Moines Street
Des Moines, IA 50309

The estimated time frame for the project is nine months. We are hoping to be back in the newly remodeled building at 900 Des Moines Street in the first quarter of 2021.
If you need to talk to someone in person, or if you are sending a package via UPS or FedEx, our new physical address beginning Jun 11, 2020, will be:

Iowa Nursery and Landscape Association
2425 Delaware Avenue STE A
Des Moines, Iowa 50317

Building Remodel Update

This opportunity to upgrade the INLA headquarters building and making it a facility that will be better valued by our membership, working partners, and the community has been made possible by the fantastic financial support of many of our members.

To date, commitments of over $2.0 M will fund a significant part of this project and make us more efficient and better able to serve each of you as our members. We thank those contributors for their significant financial support to allow us to move forward with this phase of our Grow Iowa’s Future Capital Campaign.

If your business is interested in taking advantage of the opportunity to invest in the future of agribusiness in Iowa, now is a great time to become a participating member of the campaign. The building is just one of four strategic initiatives of the Grow Iowa’s Future capital campaign. There’s still more to do!

Consider your role in the success of your local community and the importance of agribusiness to Iowa’s economy and well-being. Then give us a call so we can make sure you are recognized for your contributions to making Iowa a great place to live and work because of your part as an investor in Iowa’s Future

For questions on contributions for the remodeling of the INLA headquarters contact Joan O’Brien [email protected] or 515-262-8323.