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Partnering with Green Industry companies across Northern Michigan to share resources, further professionalism, and grow the Green Industry. 

You want to increase profits, operate more efficiently,
and manage your business well. What better way to
improve than by working alongside other experts in the field?

Proudly representing members from:

  • Alcona County

  • Alger County

  • Alpena County

  • Antrim County

  • Atlanta County

  • Baraga County

  • Benzie County

  • Charlevoix County

  • Cheboygan County

  • Chippewa County

  • Crawford County

  • Delta County

  • Dicksinson County

  • ​Emmett County

  • Gogebic County

  • Grand Traverse County

  • Houghton County

  • Iosco County 

  • Iron County

  • Kalkaska County

  • Keweenaw County

  • Lake County

  • Leelanau County

  • Luce County

  • Mackinac County

  • Manistee County

  • Marquette County

  • Menominee County

  • Missaukee County

  • Montmorency County

  • Ogemaw County

  • Ontonagon County

  • Oscoda County

  • Otsego County

  • Presque Isle County

  • Roscommon County 

  • Schoolcraft County

  • Wexford County

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Ready to partner with us?

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Great Lakes, Great Plants Symposium

Join The Botanic Garden for Northern Michigan's premier two-day horticultural event and fundraiser. 

July 25 & 26, 2024  •  Traverse City, MI 

The Great Lakes, Great Plants Symposium is a two-day event for horticulture professionals and enthusiasts alike. A full day of lectures, rare plant auction, and exclusive tours of the natural and cultivated beauty of Northwest Michigan. Programming for 2024 focuses on coastal resiliency, gravel gardens, and intentional design. The event is sponsored by the Northern Michigan Nursery and Landscape Association and hosted by The Botanic Gardens at Historic Barns Park in Traverse City.

About

Case Study

The Concierge Hotel on Grand Traverse Bay, designed by Flaska Landscaping. 

 

The primary objective of this landscape project was to raise the grade by eight feet on nearly the entire site. The objective was to develop a viable parking lot for the hotel, with water storage holding tanks beneath the parking lot. 

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