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Pest Alert: Emerald Ash Borer Quarantine in Berkshire County
Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation announced a quarantine in Berkshire County to stop the infestation of the Emerald Ash Borer. The quarantine takes effect on March 1, 2013 and the order regulates certain products  from moving outside the regulated area, including all hardwood firewood (any piece of wood smaller than 48, all ash nursery stock, and any ash lumber that has not been treated. Proper wood treatments include the removal of bark and half an inch of wood, dry kiln sterilization, fumigation, and heat treatments. For more information visit
NELDHA on Cape Cod


NELDHA members 's Julie Esteves, Stuart Ruggles and Maureen O'Brien covered our booth at the The Cape Cod Landscape Association's (CCLA) 2013 Professional Education Seminar & Trade Show on February 28, 2013 at the Resort and Conference Center at the Hyannis Rotary.  It was a great opportunity to network with other landscape professionals and to introduce them to the value our members can add to their businesses. We had lots of vistors at the booth and made new friends.  CCLA  is a non-profit trade association serving the needs of individuals and businesses working in and involved with the Green Industry on Cape Cod and in southeastern Massachusetts. Photograph: Julie Esteves and  Stuart Ruggles at NELDHA's booth.

NELDHA Sponsors Friends of Fairsted Spring Lecture


On March 14, 2013, Friends of Fairsted presents a lecture by Nate Trevethan, Senior Associate at Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates and senior design team member for Brooklyn Bridge Park - Brooklyn’s Resilient Edge:  The Transformation of Industrial Waterfront into Brooklyn Bridge Park.

The award-winning design by Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates gives voice to physical history, geography, ndustry, urbanity and evolving recreational needs as it transforms a challenging waterfront into a sustainable public park of monumental vistas and diverse landscape experiences.

2013 Japanese Garden Intensive Seminar

Many of our members have benefited greatly from foreign travel and seminars. One such seminar is the Intensive The Japanese Garden in Kyoto Japan. This two week program is divided between site visits and lectures, including sties not usually open to the public. For further information download the brochure here: file icon pdf2013_Seminar_pamphlet-2.pdf

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