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Upcoming PLNA MeetUps are listed below for easy and quick reference. Click the link to the MeetUps you are interested in to be directed to the detailed event page in the PLNA Calendar of Events.


Southeastern PA Meet Up at North Creek Nurseries

RSVP Deadline: June 22, 2016
Limited Seats Available ● RSVP Today to Reserve Your Seat!

WHEN: June 28, 2016 5:30pm - 7:30pm

WHERE: North Creek Nurseries

388 North Creek Road, Landenberg, PA 19350

Tour: 5:30-6:30 with dinner, drinks and networking to follow. Qualifies for 1 PCH CEU!  
RSVP DEADLINE: June 22, 2016  *Limited to the first 100 guests that RSVP.

HOW TO RSVP: Email or click to download this form and fax to 610.255.4762.

QUESTIONS? Call 610.255.0100 ext. 12

PLNA Meet Up at North Creek Nurseries Details:
This is your opportunity to meet, socialize, network and build relationships with industry professionals from the southeastern PA, northern DE and MD metro regions.

Nestled in the scenic Brandywine River Valley, North Creek Nurseries has been a leader in the propagation and supply of starter plugs for over 28 years. Year by year, their farm in Landenberg, PA continues to grow into a dynamic and resourceful environment for learning. Spread across 3 acres of their 17 acre farm, North Creek’s extensive plant trialing program features extensive habitat and experimental planting. Join General Manager, Tim McGinty, for a lively, fast paced, and informative hour long tour highlighting North Creek stormwater BMP’s including: meadows, a rain garden, bioswale, green roof and recently installed SmartSlope living wall. Additionally, Tim will focus conversation on the natural and biological control agents North Creek employs to keep crops disease and pest free in the greenhouses and safe for pollinators in the landscape.

Michael Furbish, owner of Furbish Company, will be onsite to talk about their innovative EcoCline, BioWall and SmartSlope technology. Representing BioBest, North America’s leading supplier of biological pest management systems will be Doug Barrow. Doug will be available to answer questions on how to design sound IPM programs.

As a 26 year member of the PLNA, the North Creek staff looks forward to an evening of education, comradery and conversation with old and new friends alike. Carrie Wiles of North Creek Nurseries serves on the PLNA Board of Directors and will be on hand to answer questions about membership benefits and how your company can grow with the support of the PLNA. 

 What are PLNA MeetUps?
PLNA MeetUps are a chance for landscape and nursery industry professionals to educate and network with each other based on real world experiences while building relationships and connecting with fellow industry leaders.

The primary focus of PLNA MeetUps is for the industry professional to socialize and network; some gatherings may include an educational element. CEUs may be awarded for those in attendance if the educational component meets pre-qualifications. Not all events will include formal education or speakers but all are priceless opportunities to build camaraderie, share stories and experiences with each other.  For more information or to sign up to host a PLNA MeetUp click HERE.


PLNA MeetUp Replays
For a "Replay" of past PLNA MeetUps click here to read a summary of each event and pictures that were submitted.

Did you recently host a PLNA MeetUp? We want to hear from you! Send us an update on how it went, who showed up, what folks learned, comments from your guests or anything special that may have happened along with any photos that were taken and we'll get them posted on the PLNA MeetUp Replay web page to share with the Membership! PLNA will also include in the PLNA e-News or Upcoming Events email and the PLNA Quarterly newsletter! 

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