Online Course to Address Integrating Latin Workforce

The Ohio State University is offering a new online course on integrating Latino and American workforce teams. The course, Latinos in the Workforce, is open to the general public. The program helps introduce workers, supervisors... more »

Griffin to Open West Coast Distribution Center in September

Griffin plans to open an all-new distribution center in Salem, Oregon, in September. The 24,000 square-foot facility will become the sixteenth branch location for Griffin, and the company’s first hard-goods warehouse on the West Coast.... more »

How Are You Using the Internet?

When it comes to the internet, how you are using it for your company? A lot of people use it for social media, but growers are finding ways that it can save them time and... more »

State of Your Business — Growth or Decline

There’s nothing more satisfying than running a successful business and seeing the results. What’s more challenging is doing it year after year. Running any successful business takes teamwork; even a solo entrepreneur can’t do it... more »

Labor — Talent : Your Truest Asset

Plant identification is a skill, not a talent. A degree is a qualification, not a talent. Too often in the green industry the focus rests on skills and qualifications, rather than innate abilities that cannot... more »

Deadline Approaches for Arborjet’s ‘Taking Root’ Scholarships

Arborjet Inc. is now seeking applicants for its 2018 “Taking Root” college scholarship program. The application deadline is June 30, 2018. For the fifth consecutive year, the scholarship program will award 10 graduating high school seniors each... more »

It’s Back!

The United States Department of Agriculture recently announced that it plans to produce the 2018 Floriculture Crops Report — after a two-year hiatus. This is very welcome news for growers and other horticulture industry professionals... more »

AmericanHort Names 2018 HortScholars

AmericanHort's HortScholars program aims to identify college students as they aspire to a diverse array of horticulture careers. The HortScholars program aims to identify these future leaders and give them a platform to network, grow,... more »

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GPN recognizes 40 industry professionals under the age of 40 who are helping to determine the future of the horticulture industry. These individuals are today’s movers and shakers who are already setting the pace for tomorrow.

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