History of the Montana Nursery & Landscape Association
The Montana Nursery and Landscape Association (MNLA) was formed in 1954 by a group of professionals who shared similar concerns and interests in the emerging industry of horticulture. In the years that followed, the industry in Montana grew, and so did MNLA. We now represent nursery stock growers, retailers, landscape contractors, garden center owners, irrigation contractors, landscape architects, allied industries and associated industry individuals within – and outside – the state of Montana.
There are a growing number of benefits of belonging to MNLA, including legislative and regulatory representation; high-quality continuing education through seminars, publications, and certification; referrals; and numerous networking opportunities.
Our MissionThe mission of the MNLA is to provide programming, information, and other opportunities for professional development of direct benefit to its members. MNLA monitors and lobbies governmental agencies on issues relevant to the membership. MNLA promotes the nursery and landscape industry in Montana through education and community interaction.
For information on the Association's Position Statements & Resolutions, click here.