Calendar of Events
Check our calendar for our speaking engagements, trade show and conference attendance, and other events we think you should know about!
Green and Growin'
January 27 through January 31, Greensboro, NC
THE FUTURE IS GREEN!
Join us at Green and Growin' in January! You can find us in booth 1216 - swing by and find out what's new at North Creek.
Great Lakes Trade Expo
January 27 through January 29, Lansing MI
Visit us at Booth 922!
All Green Industry professionals are invited to the 2019 Great Lakes Trade Exposition - promoting a healthy economic future through ideas, interaction, and inspiration.For more information, click here.
January 28, Brooklyn NY
Plant-O-Rama is an acclaimed 1-day TRADE SHOW, SYMPOSIUM, and JOBS FAIR featuring New York, Long Island, New Jersey, and Connecticut green industry companies promoting plants, products, and services to horticultural professionals in the New York City tri-state region.For more information, click here.
DE Wetlands Conference
January 29 through January 30, Wilmington DE
Delaware Wetlands Conference
Educating and Connecting People from Across the Mid-Atlantic Region to All Things Wetland.
Join us on January 29th and 30th, 2020 as more than 320 wetland enthusiasts, experts and students from the Mid-Atlantic region gather in Wilmington, Delaware to attend the 9th biennial 2020 Delaware Wetlands Conference. Participants will share the latest in wetland research, innovations to outreach and education, and the progress of conservation programs. Ample opportunities will also be provided to network and make new connections.For more information, click here.
Today's Horticulture Symposium
February 7, Kennett Square PA
Celebrating the 50 years of the Professional Horticulture Program!
Come learn and grow at this annual event.
NJASLA 2020 Annual Meeting
February 9 through February 11, Atlantic City NJ
The 2020 NJASLA Annual Meeting will be held on February 9-11 at Harrah’s Waterfront Resort. This year's focus will be on LANDSCAPE OF DIVERSITY. Visit us in Booth 26!For more information, click here.
20th Land Ethics Symposium
March 12, Doylestown PA
Each year, this informative conference focuses on ways to create low-maintenance, economical and ecologically balanced landscapes using native plants and restoration techniques. Participants have opportunities to network and share their experiences with peers at this professional program. The symposium is geared toward professionals, including landscape architects, designers, contractors and the green industry, environmental consultants, land planners, managers and developers, and state/municipal officials. Continuing education credits are available.For more information, click here.