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Ohio Nursery & Landscape Assoc. Holds Central Environmental Nursery Show

Sat January 30, 2010 - Midwest Edition
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Ned Herald (L) and Rob Cox of Ohio CAT discuss material handling and screening equipment with attendees.
Ned Herald (L) and Rob Cox of Ohio CAT discuss material handling and screening equipment with attendees.
Ned Herald (L) and Rob Cox of Ohio CAT discuss material handling and screening equipment with attendees. Rich Egleston (L) talks about trenching with Gary Geertson of GAG Inc. at the Ditch Witch booth. George Jones (L) of Vermeer of Southern Ohio gives pointers to Tyler Tatman of H. Tatman and Sons about the Yanmar CBL 40 backhoe. (L-R): Father and son team, Brad and Jim Kent of Bobcat catch up with Kurt Goldick of Hamilton County Parks District. Pete Simmons (L) and Sean McKinney welcome attendees to examine the exhibit of FINN Corp.’s hydroseeders.

The Ohio Nursery and Landscape Association (ONLA) held its 2010 Central Environmental Nursery Trade Show (CENTS) in Columbus, Ohio, at the Greater Columbus Convention Center from Jan. 25 to 27.

ONLA represents Ohio’s nursery, garden center and landscape industry with members consisting of nursery stock growers, landscape contractors and maintenance firms, arborists and allied suppliers.

The event featured an Ohio State University Nursery short course along with ONLA’s annual business meeting and luncheon. Members had the opportunity to exchange ideas, attend courses on certified landscape technician testing, a job fair and meetings of affiliated associations and chapters.

ONLA is headquartered in Westerville, Ohio. For more information, visit www.onla.org.




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