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RINLA, URI to host annual seminar, trade show for green industry, Jan. 16-17

The Rhode Island Nursery and Landscape Association has teamed with the University for its annual trade show and seminar for green industry professionals seeking new opportunities and ideas to keep them at the forefront of this growing industry.

The event will be held Jan. 16-17 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the URI Center for Biotechnology and Life Sciences.

“Our industry is rebounding from the economic downturn, and our members are thinking differently about how to diversify their businesses. This meeting will help them stay at the forefront of their trades,” said Shannon Brawley, executive director of the association. “RINLA members are going to play a significant role in greening our state’s infrastructure and...


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