National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP)
The National Association of Landscape Professionals is the trade association for the landscape industry, representing the voice of more than 100,000 landscape professionals. Member companies specialize in lawn care, landscape design and installation, landscape maintenance, tree care, irrigation and water management, and interior plantscaping. Members also include students, consultants, industry suppliers, state associations and affiliate members.
AmericanHort was born by the consolidation of the American Nursery & Landscape Association and OFA— The Association of Horticultural Professionals. AmericanHort represents the whole of the plant industry with a mission to unite, promote, and advance our industry through advocacy, collaboration, connectivity, education, market development, and research.
Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute (ICPI), Certified Installer on Staff
The Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute, founded in 1993, is the North American trade association representing the interlocking concrete paving industry. ICPI is considered by peer associations around the world as the leader in development and dissemination of technical information for design professionals and contractors.
Rockland County Builders & Remodelers Association
The Rockland County Builders & Remodelers Association is a non-profit trade association charted in 1953, affiliated with the National Association of Home Builders and the New York State Builders Association. It is comprised of members of the building industry and related businesses, and provides networking, educational and social opportunities.
New York State Turf and Landscape Association
- NYS Certified Pesticide Applicator #C3661839
- NYS Department of Environmental Conservation, Registered Pesticide Business #10013- Category 3A- Ornamental and Turf.
The New York State Turf and Landscape Association is a professional trade organization operating in New York State. The basic purpose is to promote professionalism in the landscape industry through continual education. Regular quarterly meetings help to create mutual understanding among professionals which in turn provides unity within the industry.