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Governor Snyder has Proclaimed the month of May 2017 Plant Michigan Green Month!

We are pleased to announce that per our request Governor Snyder has Proclaimed the month of May 2017 Plant Michigan Green Month! Now let’s spread this good news throughout all of our social and regular media outlets. Details are in the attached Press Release we’ve created for your use. So take this press release and share it, pin it, tweet it, blog it, and tell it to all of your social media outlets!

LANSING, Michigan (April 23, 2017) – The Governor has proclaimed that during the month of May we raise awareness of the positive economic and environmental impacts that the nursery and landscape industry has had, and continues to have, in the Great Lakes State; and encourages residents to Plant Michigan Green by visiting a local retail garden center, planting a tree, having a landscape or lawn installed, or simply taking time to enjoy the beauty of Michigan’s greenery.

For more information on how you can participate to help the environment, to find a professional, and to Plant Michigan Green go to www.plantmichigangreen.com.
The Michigan Nursery & Landscape Association was established in 1922 and is the statewide trade association representing over 5,000 nursery, perennial plant production, Christmas tree, sod producers, landscaping, and lawn care firms that are the fifth largest nursery industry in the nation, the largest specialty crop in the state, and provides significant impact on the state's economy accruing a total of approximately $5.715 billion each year and employing over 36,000 Michigan citizens.

Michigan Nursery & Landscape Association
2149 Commons Parkway
Okemos, MI  48864
Ph:  517-381-0437


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