Feature Article: What is Strategic Planning?
You probably know where you want to go with your business, but how do you get there? And if you have employees, vendors, investors and partners, how do you get them all on board and heading in the right direction. The answer: with a strategic plan.
Reach Potential Customers Who Need Plants and Services
Our Retail Service Guide is a listing of all retail members and their business services is found in this colorful retail service guide. This guide is given out during the year at home and garden shows across the state of Idaho.
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Want to Find Local Plant Material?
Take a look at our Wholesale Nursery Map. This is a guide to locating INLA member's wholesale nurseries in Idaho.
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Up To Date News and Informative Articles
A newsletter published every two months containing information on the organization, recent developments in the nursery industry, recent findings, business management tips, recent and upcoming legislative action, new products, and news about members.
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Looking for Products?
Our Resource Guide is the best place to find a listing of members and the specific products they sell. This is handed out at trade shows and mailed upon request to prospective buyers, making it a powerful advertising tool.
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What did the Association Do This Year?
Find out in our Annual Report. Read about the state of the Association and the accomplishments in the past year.
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Sales from U.S. Horticulture Operations Up 18% in Five Years, USDA Reports
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) released the 2014 Census of Horticultural Specialties report, which shows that horticulture operations sold a total of $13.8 billion in floriculture, nursery, and specialty crops in 2014, up 18 percent since 2009. The number of horticulture operations in the United States increased 8 percent during this time to 23,221.