Tenessee Landscape & Nursery Association


 

The Tennessee Nursery & Landscape Association was founded in 1905 as an organization where nursery and other related industries would have the opportunity to share ideas, foster research and further educate our members in order to benefit owners, employees and consumers.

Throughout our 111 year history in Tennessee, TNLA has seen tremendous growth in membership and services provided. Because of this growth, TNLA has evolved into The Tennessee Nursery and Landscape Association, Inc.

Today, TNLA hosts an annual trade show (Tennessee Green Industry Expo www.tngie.com), sponsors seminars, offers scholarships, sponsors a field day, maintains a website and more for our members. Currently, 350 companies profit through their TNLA annual membership. They come from every part of the industry: nursery production, landscaping, irrigation and lawn care.

Our goals include making every nursery owner, landscaper, and garden center owner in the state aware of our organization, and giving them the opportunity to benefit from the services provided. The ultimate goal of TNLA is to increase the production and marketing of Tennessee grown nursery stock.

To visit the Tennessee Green Industry Expo website click on the logo below.


Tennessee Green Industry Expo
Tennessee Nursery and Landscape Association


TNLA Memorial Scholarship Fund



A TNLA Memorial Scholarship is given annually (if funds are available) to a college student enrolled in the horticulture program. The scholarship is made possible by donations made in honor; or in memory of someone. If you would like to make a donation to the scholarship fund, please contact the TNLA office (931-473-3951). TNLA will send the family a card noting that a donation has been made to the TNLA Memorial Scholarship Fund in honor; or in memory of the designated person.

Please consider making a donation to the TNLA Memorial Scholarship Fund today.

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