Green Industry Membership
Landscape Contractors Association MD • DC • VA
Founded in 1967, the Landscape Contractors Association MD • DC • VA (LCA) exists to provide local resources to landscape professionals to help them maximize their business potential. Through its membership, LCA offers a community of landscape contractors, landscape architects and designers, grounds departments, educational institutions, and suppliers banded together in a supportive environment. Each member benefits from increased opportunities for mentoring, knowledge exchange, and enhanced visibility among potential customers
American Nursery & Landscape Association
Now in its 133rd year, the American Nursery & Landscape Association is the national voice of the nursery and landscape industry. Members grow, distribute, and retail plants of all types, and design and install landscapes for residential and commercial customers. ANLA provides education, research, public relations, and representation services to members. This support enables members to operate more effectively and to provide the public with quality plants, landscape design and installations, and related products and services.
Virginia Nursery & Landscape Association (VNLA)
The Virginia Nursery & Landscape Association (VNLA) is the state trade association for garden centers, nursery growers, landscape designers, installation and maintenance contractors, greenhouses and horticultural suppliers.
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The Professional Landcare Network (PLANET) is an international association serving lawn care professionals, landscape management, design/build/installation professionals, and interior plantscapers. PLANET provides its members with a good business foundation to help them evaluate, plan, and better manage their companies. Member firms have direct access to marketing tools, industry-specific business publications, updates on legislative issues, and networking opportunities
You can rest assured that Shear Scapes complies with all government regulations regarding fully documented workers on a yearly basis. If your current lawn and landscape professional does not, then they should be.