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DNLA Membership

Enjoy the many advantages of DNLA membership:

  • Establish your business as a professional organization that consumers can trust
  • Distinguish yourself from your competitors in the DNLA Membership Directory, available to homeowners and professionals
  • Get information, certifications and continuing education that increase the value of your business

Be a part of the largest horticulture industry professional association in Delaware. Members of the DNLA benefit from

  • Discounts
    • Delaware Certified Nursery Professional (CNP) Program manual and exam fees
    • Discounts on DNLA event registration fees
  • Education
    • Educational Programs
    • Pesticide Applicator, Nutrient Management, ISA, and CNP Recertification Credits
  • Recognition
    • DNLA Membership Directory
    • DNLA annual Landscape Awards
  • Information
    • DNLA News
    • Legislative Action & Updates
  • Industry Advocacy and Representation

Become a Member

Membership in the DNLA is open to all persons/businesses engaged in a working relationship with the green industry. There are two categories of membership:

Active Members

Active members are actively engaged in Delaware’s nursery and landscape industry and are established as a licensed Delaware green industry business (including businesses that plant and service landscape areas), and bear a reputation for trustworthy dealings, which must be maintained as a condition of membership.

Associate Members

Associate members are individuals or firms who are engaged in any horticultural lines that interlock with the nursery business, or individuals or firms engaged primarily in landscape architecture, land planning, or similar environmental improvement activities, or who are engaged in the green industry outside the State of Delaware.

To join the DNLA, complete the registration form and pay the $10 initiation fee. Membership is $100. Membership renewals are mailed annually in November.