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- Alan Erwin, Panther Creek Nursery

"Being a member of the NCNLA has helped my business through promotion of the green industry, providing avenues to market my products, and providing opportunities to network with other industry professionals."


- Daniel Currin, Greenscape, Inc.

"Pursuing new certifications through NCNLA has been a great way to cultivate learning as a central part of our team’s culture and for our team members to grow professionally. It also means that we ultimately bring greater value to our clients with a deeper knowledge of the green industry. Our NCNLA certifications also help build trust in our client relationships by demonstrating excellence and professionalism in our field. "

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- Peggy VanDevender, Jericho Farms

“Being a member opened our eyes to the scope and potential of the industry we work in. The association gives 110% effort for its membership.  Through involvement as NCNLA members, we’ve benefited from business, professional, and personal growth. The NCNLA staff works very hard promoting us and watching out for us; keeping us informed of industry news, concerns, and legislation, to name just a few. Our business would not have been as successful as it has been without our state association.”


- Lee Casey, Casey Nursery, Inc.

"NCNLA is a great asset for anyone in the Green Industry. The education, networking and trade show at are second to none. We have never participated in an out-of-state trade show. The Green & Growin’ Marketplace is all we need to move our material."

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- Chad Gragg, Robert M. Gragg and Sons Nursery

“Being a member of NCNLA opens up new opportunities for sales and making connections with our customers. It is also a great way to network with fellow nurseryman and landscapers throughout our industry and stay up-to-date on trends.” 


- Jeff Gragg, North 40 Nursery

“NCNLA strives to keep its members informed of issues facing the industry on the State and National level. I have been blessed to be a member of NCNLA for many years; serving on the board of directors and staying as active as possible within the Association. One of the best parts of this Association is its members. Everyone is willing to help in anyway possible from lending an ear to lending a hand. It certainly makes our Association one of the strongest in the industry.”

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