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GIA Goals:

Represent the green industry in legislative issues.
 

Maintain a fair and competitive work environment.


Advance positive legislative issues for members.
 

Be a knowledgeable source of information for Indiana legislators.

Build and maintain strong working relationships with our regulatory organizations.

Regular Members:
 

Indiana Professional Lawn and Landscape Association

Founded in 1987 as the Indiana State Lawn Care Association (ISLCA), this trade group has long served Indiana's Green Industry in a number of capacities. The association holds two major educational events each year in Carmel, IN. The first is our annual Summer Field Day, held in late August at Northern Beach Park. The second in our Annual Winter Workshop held at Oak Hill Mansion in December.

In addition to these statewide events, IPLLA also hold five regional meetings each winter in Avon, Indianapolis, Seymour, Lafayette, and Fort Wayne. These workshops are designed to offer "Advanced Training" in a wide variety specialty topics for more experienced managers and employees.

 
 

Indianapolis Landscape Association


PURPOSE of the Indianapolis Landscape Association is as follows:

To promote high ethical standards in the local landscape industry

To further member knowledge about landscaping and related matters

To spread awareness of, to encourage communication about, and to act collectively upon matters affecting the landscape industry

To stimulate and promote the interest of the public in landscaping

To promote the landscape industry as a career opportunity and to assist financially the educational development of promising individuals pursuing a course of study in landscaping.

 
 
Indiana Nursery and Landscape Association

Founded in 1933, the Indiana Nursery and Landscape Association is a

not-for-profit trade organization serving more than 430 members throughout
Indiana and the United States. Our membership is comprised of nurseries,
landscape related companies, garden centers and green industry suppliers. We
strive to improve ethics, principles, and proficiency of the Green Industry
through education, trade shows and certification programs. We encourage
fair trade practices, customer service and overall excellence within the
Green Industry.
 

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