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February 2019

CNLA Ski & Ride Day

February 27 at 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
Ski Sundown, 126 Ratlum Rd
New Hartford,06057United States
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Get to know fellow members in a fun outdoor environment! A Great opportunity for team building and comradery. Join the CNLA for Ski and Ride Day and lots of fun on Connecticut’s slopes. Après networking to follow. Not a fan of the slopes? That’s ok! Meet us in the Bar and Tavern for networking only. Choose any option or combo below.  Click here to register.

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Supervisory Custom Grounds Turf and Ornamental 3A License Prep Course

February 27 at 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
ABC-CT/Construction Education Center, 35 A Jackson Robert Way
Plainville,CT06062-2842
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Course Dates:  February 6, 7, 13, 21, 27, 28, March 6 and 7 This is the prep course to take for the 3A License.  Topics include: Pesticide safety, handling, mixing, calculations, classification, usage; Plant physiology, weed science, mycology, insect science, physiological disorders; and law and regulations. Instructor:  Mark Kokinchak B.S. Environmental Horticulture, University of CT; 1985 CT licensed Arborist 3d and Custom Grounds; Turn and Ornamental 3a license #62400 Worker Protection Standard Qualified Instructor Presentation Format: Most all study materials…

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Supervisory Custom Grounds Turf and Ornamental 3A License Prep Course

February 28 at 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
ABC-CT/Construction Education Center, 35 A Jackson Robert Way
Plainville,CT06062-2842
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Course Dates:  February 6, 7, 13, 21, 27, 28, March 6 and 7 This is the prep course to take for the 3A License.  Topics include: Pesticide safety, handling, mixing, calculations, classification, usage; Plant physiology, weed science, mycology, insect science, physiological disorders; and law and regulations. Instructor:  Mark Kokinchak B.S. Environmental Horticulture, University of CT; 1985 CT licensed Arborist 3d and Custom Grounds; Turn and Ornamental 3a license #62400 Worker Protection Standard Qualified Instructor Presentation Format: Most all study materials…

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March 2019

CNF Hosts the Young Professional Networking Event

March 5 at 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Chamard Vineyards, 115 Cow Hill Road
Clinton,CT06413-1388
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If you are interested in joining the Young Professionals Network or know of anyone who would be than this is the event to attend. The Connecticut Nursery and Landscape Association (CNLA) recently launched its Young Professionals Network.  This group provides young professionals (under 40 years old) an opportunity to get involved with events and programs that will provide exposure to all facets of the industry and to build and establish new networking relationships while advancing industry knowledge, fostering career growth…

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Supervisory Custom Grounds Turf and Ornamental 3A License Prep Course

March 6 at 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
ABC-CT/Construction Education Center, 35 A Jackson Robert Way
Plainville,CT06062-2842
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Course Dates:  February 6, 7, 13, 21, 27, 28, March 6 and 7 This is the prep course to take for the 3A License.  Topics include: Pesticide safety, handling, mixing, calculations, classification, usage; Plant physiology, weed science, mycology, insect science, physiological disorders; and law and regulations. Instructor:  Mark Kokinchak B.S. Environmental Horticulture, University of CT; 1985 CT licensed Arborist 3d and Custom Grounds; Turn and Ornamental 3a license #62400 Worker Protection Standard Qualified Instructor Presentation Format: Most all study materials…

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Supervisory Custom Grounds Turf and Ornamental 3A License Prep Course

March 7 at 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
ABC-CT/Construction Education Center, 35 A Jackson Robert Way
Plainville,CT06062-2842
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Course Dates:  February 6, 7, 13, 21, 27, 28, March 6 and 7 This is the prep course to take for the 3A License.  Topics include: Pesticide safety, handling, mixing, calculations, classification, usage; Plant physiology, weed science, mycology, insect science, physiological disorders; and law and regulations. Instructor:  Mark Kokinchak B.S. Environmental Horticulture, University of CT; 1985 CT licensed Arborist 3d and Custom Grounds; Turn and Ornamental 3a license #62400 Worker Protection Standard Qualified Instructor Presentation Format: Most all study materials…

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Northeast Hardscrabble Expo

March 13 at 8:00 am – March 14 at 2:00 pm
Rhode Island Conventions Center, 1 Sabin Street
Providence,RIUnited States
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April 2019

GMO 2.0: Science, Society and the Future

April 24 at 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Student Union, UCONN Storrs,CT06269 + Google Map
Free

Finding understandable science-based information on GMOs is challenging for the public. Our project goal is to bridge the information gap surrounding GMOs with farmers and the general public. Moderator: Dean Indrajeet Chaubey, UConn CAHNR Speakers: Paul Vincelli, Extension Professor & Provost Distinguished Service Professor, Department of Plant Pathology, University of Kentucky (focus area: overview of risks and benefits of genetically engineered crops) Robert C. Bird, Professor of Business Law and Eversource Energy Chair in Business Ethics, UConn School of Business…

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GMOs: Answering Difficult Questions from your Customers

April 25 at 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Tolland County Extension Center, 24 Hyde Avenue
Vernon,CT06269United States
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Free

Dr. Paul Vincelli will give a presentation for Extension educators and others who are interested on communication strategies for science and GMOs. Download the flyer.pdf. Space is limited. RSVPs are required

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Boxwood Blight, Expert Panel

April 27 at 2:00 pm
Sam Bridge Nursery and Greenhouses, 437 North Street
Greenwich,CTUnited States
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With Dr. Yonghao Li of the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station & Mark Sellew, President of Connecticut’s Largest Nursery, Prides Corner Farms   Join us for an informative presentation and discussion that will cover everything you need to know about the fungus sweeping across the Eastern Seaboard, affecting our Connecticut landscape staples. Learn how to remediate, treat, which plants are suitable substitutes and the future of boxwood. We encourage everyone from homeowners, landscapers to municipalities to join us. Through best practices…

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