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ion t i d SE W GRO NEWSLINE Massachusetts Association of Landscape Professionals SPECIAL GROWS EDITION – NOVEMBER 2016 The Massachusetts Association of Landscape Professionals elevates the professional standards and business success of its members through education, certification, advocacy and networking. Get Ready for New England GROWS! 2016 BOARD OF DIRECTORS PRESIDENT Jason Scott, MCLP Distinctive Landscaping Attleboro Falls, MA VICE PRESIDENT Cara Christopher, MCLP BrightView Landscape Services Boston, MA TREASURER Brian Paige, MCLP Paige Landscape Company, Inc. Wellesley, MA DIRECTOR Steve Davis, MCLP Bigelow Nurseries Northborough, MA PAST PRESIDENT Douglas McDuff, MCLP, MCA Landscape America, Inc. Wrentham, MA EDUCATIONAL ADVISOR Mike Davidsohn, MCLP University of Massachusetts Dept. of Landscape Architecture Amherst, MA MANAGEMENT TEAM M. Virginia Wood, CMP Peggy Benjamin Kristen Dreyer Anne Franks NEWSLETTER EDITOR Carrie Martin This special edition of the MLP Newsline features everything you need to know about YOUR show – New England GROWS! From the main stage educational programming to off-the-path offerings, GROWS has something for everyone! New England GROWS takes place November 30 – December 2, 2016 at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center. Attendee registration options start at just $29 for all three days of the conference. Continuing education credits, including pesticide credits, are available at many sessions. For the complete agenda or to register, visit To stay up to date with conference details, follow GROWS on Face- book, Twitter and LinkedIn, and download the GROWS mobile app on iTunes or GooglePlay. Your participation makes a difference! New England GROWS is powered by the Massachusetts Association of Landscape Professionals, Massachusetts Arborists Association, Massachusetts Nursery & Landscape Association, and New England Nursery Association. Your support and participation helps New England GROWS support the local green industry with annual grants to the founding partner organizations, as well as the region’s Cooperative Extension systems, the FFA organizations, local horticultural schools, and more. POWERED BY: