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NHTI

Ongoing

There are several Green SnowPro Trainings coming up for the remainder of the year. Completion of the training and a test makes you eligible for NHDES Salt Applicator Certification. More information.

June

June 13-August 29
2018 Landscape Plant Materials Course. This course teaches the basics of plant identification and identification of each of the plants on the NHCLP (New Hampshire Certified Landscape Professional) Plant Identification List. The purpose is to teach plant materials to people who are new to the industry or people with little plant knowledge. More information and registration

July

July 11
NHLA Twilight Meeting,
The Dirt Doctors, 709 Keith Ave, Pembroke, NH, 5:30-7:30 pm. This event will include a discussion about the very important topic of soils. Dirt Doctors is a wholesale/retail landscape supply company serving customers throughout New England, since 1989. They are located on 40+ acres, allowing them to manufacture all of their mulches including certified playground mulch. They also screen and blend an array of soil products: 3/8" loam, custom blended soils, and compost. Learn from their experienced staff, including an on-site soil specialist, about the best products for your projects. Please RSVP to Jon Batson, jontree13@aol.com, so we can plan accordingly.

July 20
Woody Plant Conference, Scott Arboretum of Swarthmore College, www.woodyplantconference.org/

July 24
Summer Workshop: Novel Approaches to Sustainable Horticulture, 1:00 - 5:00 pm, Garden in the Woods, Framingham, MA. Several common denominators define sustainable gardens everywhere. Comprehensive soil management, native plantings, water conservation, storm-water management, and reduced lawn size are some of the paths toward sustainable landscapes, regardless of climate or clientele. Explore new strategies to add to the toolbox to save time, reduce your carbon footprint, improve soil health, and bring a tasty snack to your table. Details

July 25
NHLA Twilight Meeting,
Strawbery Banke, Portsmouth, 5:00-7:00 pm. Horticultural tour of Strawbery Banke Museum! Erik Wocholz, Director of Historic Landscapes, will take us on a tour of the gardens, both old and new, and tell us about the soon to be opened Horticultural Center. Afterwards, there will be sandwiches and time to wander around on your own. In order to have enough refreshments, please register with Wickie Rowland at wickie@designlandscapelabrie.com. If you are vegetarian, or have any dietary restrictions, please let her know. We look forward to seeing you there!

July 26
Down to Earth!, Annual MNLA Summer Conference & Trade Show, Wachusett Mountain, Westminster, MA, MNLA Summer Conference

July 30-August 3
Perennial Plant Symposium, Hilton North Raleigh/Midtown, Raleigh-Durham, NC region, http://ppa2018raleigh.com/

August

August 7
NHLA 5th Annual Golf Tournament, Candia Woods. Registration and sponsor sign up now open. Complete information here

August 18
Visit the New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station’s Woodman Horticultural Research Farm on the 6th annual Durham Farm Day. Information

August 28-September 11
Native Woody Plant Materials, a three-part series. Presenter: Dan Jaffe, propagator and stock bed grower at New England wild Flower Society. Explore the variety of native trees, shrubs, and woody vines at the Arnold Arboretum. More information

November

November 7-8
Northeast Greenhouse Conference and Expo, Boxborough, MA, www.negreenhouse.org

 

 

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