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A Sincere Season’s Greetings

We would like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas, Happy New Year and great times spent with family and friends. As we look toward 2019 Marshall Tree Farm will be celebrating our 35th year growing quality trees for the Southeast Landscape Industry. We are truly thankful to be a part of such a great industry and would like to thank all of our loyal customers and industry friends for your business and relationships over the last 35 years.

We will be closed on December 24th and 25th and December 31st and January 1st to celebrate the holidays with family. We will be open for business on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of Christmas & New Year’s Holiday weeks.

Winter Trade Show Season is almost here!

Winter Trade Show season 2019 is right around the corner and Marshall Tree Farm will be in attendance at the Gulf States Horticultural EXPO in Mobile Alabama and The Jacksonville Landscape show. The Gulf States Horticultural EXPO on January 31st and February 1st features more than 300 companies and draws exhibitors and attendees from 30 states, for more information visit www.gshe.org. The Jacksonville Landscape Show on February 7th and 8th will be at the Jacksonville Fairgrounds and draws industry from Florida and Georgia, for more information visit www.nefngla.org/home/tradeshow.html.

2018 Friends of Our Urban Forest Awards

Nominations for the 2018 Friends of Our Urban Forest Awards Program are being accepted (Deadline, December 28th) in the following categories: Outstanding Professional, Outstanding Tree Advocate or Tree Advocacy Group, Outstanding Project, Outstanding Urban Forestry Program and Lifetime Achievement Award. The awards will be presented to each winner at a local event held in their own community. This could be a city commission meeting, tree planting ceremony, or other special event. In this way, the “Friends of Our Urban Forest” award recipients will receive special recognition within their own communities – where it matters most. These presentations will be scheduled in late January and early February which may allow for some award presentations to be held in conjunction with Arbor Day celebrations. For more information visit www.fufc.org.

Trees on the Go! An FNGLA Educational Experience

Thursday, November 29, 2018

Trees On the GO!! is a one-day educational program with a special focus on tree production, handling and successful installation of palms and trees.

The first in a series of upcoming tree programs planned for 2018-2019, Trees on the GO!! has partnered with Roots Plus Growers (RPG) to provide a solid pathway to secure the success of our urban forests. Our cities are growing rapidly but, if armed with the proper real world strategies, landscape professionals can play an integral part in creating beautiful tree canopies for years to come.
This program is great mix of classroom instruction and hands-on demonstrations. Lunch is included. Space is limited to the first 100 registrants. CLICK HERE for more information.

CEUs provided to program attendees:
FNGLA: 1 CEU per hour with a maximum of 4 per day.

Landscape Architecture: 7 Landscape Architecture CEUs awarded for full-day attendees.

International Society of Arboriculture (FL-ISA) Course Code: FL 18 117 – 6 credit hours

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Knowledge College


Also at The Landscape Show, listen as John Conroy of Fish Branch Tree Farm and Mike Marshall of Marshall Tree Farm offer the latest information provided in the revised Florida’s Grades and Standards. Take a hands-on approach to understanding the proper grading of several varieties of trees, palms and cycads. Come see if your landscape trees are up to standards and what vital information is needed to properly incorporate into your landscape designs. More information here.

Pre-registration price by Sept. 17 – $75.00 | Onsite – $90.00

Keeping up on Florida Grades and Standards
Knowledge College at The Landscape Show

2018 FNGLA Landscape Show


The 2018 Landscape Show will be October 4-6, 2018 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. The show features more than 800 booths spread across more than 200,000 square feet (or nearly 5 acres!) of trees, shrubs, equipment and more. There will be top-notch educational opportunities as 28 thought-provoking, relevant and hands-on workshops will keep participants in-step with industry competition. Don’t forget the power of networking. Connect with industry professionals who speak your language. The Landscape Show is the connection point for Florida’s nursery and landscape industry. Come see MARSHALL TREE FARM at Booth 1311. Check out the show and the exhibitor list here.

 

ASLA Annual Meeting & EXPO

The 2018 annual ASLA Meeting and EXPO will be held October 19-22 in Philadelphia, PA.  Over 122 education sessions, 16 field sessions, 5 workshops and 2 general sessions will be offered throughout the meeting. The ALSA EXPO is the largest trade show in the industry and has nearly 350 exhibitors. Explore hundreds of new products, services, technology applications and design solutions in the trade show. To learn more and register for this year’s conference, visit https://www.aslameeting.com/.

The Tropical Plant Industry Exhibition

The Tropical Plant Industry Exhibition (TPIE) will be held from January 16-18, 2019 at the Broward County Convention Center. TPIE is THE trade event showcasing the latest trends in foliage, floral and tropical in South Florida. TPIE’s trade show is nearly 5 acres of living and vibrant plants creating a virtual indoor garden of show stopping displays. With 400 exhibiting companies and over 800 booth spaces, TPIE offers wholesale buyers the widest array of resources for foliage and tropical plants in the country. In addition to the trade show, educational programs are also available throughout the event. For more information, visit http://www.tpie.org/