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Happy Holidays from everyone at MTNA

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2024 Trade Show: Where Ideas Come to Bloom

As we gear up for our 2024 trade show, we will be sending out information beginning in January. We are so excited to see everyone again and we cannot wait to once again host the best show, with the best exhibitors. We are so excited in fact, that plans have begun for our 2026 show!

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Who is the Middle Tennessee Nursery Association?

We are a local Association working with government officials, universities and Tenn. Department of Agriculture to help each nursery more productive and prominent within the industry.

Why Join the MTNA?

  • Increase business opportunities through networking with other horticultural professionals.

  • Stay abreast of new innovations, products, government regulations, and professional development.

  • Strength in numbers and are more likely to be heard by Government Officials.

  • Help create scholarships to students in the horticulture field

MTNA Member Benefits:

  • MTNA keeps members abreast (or aware) of current problems and issues facing the industry.

  • MTNA keeps members abreast of new innovations, products & government regulation changes (via meetings, emails, phone calls) .

  • Required government posters are available (or provided as PDF’s).  Labor, EPA & IRS

  • Provide opportunities for networking & professional development.

  • Nursery Field Day held bi-annually. New equipment, products, plants, research demos. Educational talks & displays. USDA, universities and allied industry heavily involved.

  • Members receive a discount to exhibit at trade show.

  • Membership Directory lists member contact and products provided. It includes ads. Distributed at trade shows and from the office.

  • Membership is listed on our website.

  • Members receive plant request lists from potential buyers through Association office.

  • Strength in numbers to be more likely heard by Government Officials.

  • MTNA has provided scholarships for 33 years to horticulture students in the area, including several actual members today.

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