We welcome you to join the MNLA. Association membership is evidence of your involvement, professionalism and dedication to your continuing education and betterment of the Green Industry.
These are just some of the Benefits of MNLA Membership. See the Endorsed Services for additional benefits.
Online Training Program is Valid Work Search Activity for Unemployment – The newest benefit to MNLA Members came with the changes that were made to the unemployment rules, expanding the activities that qualify for work search. The Unemployment Insurance Agency (UIA) has approved our online training program, “Project PLaNT: Green Industry Fundamentals”, as a valid work search activity!
What does this mean for you? This means that if you and/or your employees are enrolled in our training program and complete one module per each week that they are laid off, they do not have to go out and search for work! In addition, every person that completes the Green Industry Fundamentals, receives a Certificate of Completion of the Certified Green Industry Professional Associate Status – the first step to becoming a fully accredited Certified Green Industry Professional!
Membership Matters! As a current member of MNLA there is NO CHARGE for enrollment in “Project PLaNT: Green Industry Fundamentals” for you or any of your employees!
Consumer Website Listing – Your listing will be included on our consumer website and marketed directly to homeowners at NO CHARGE through PlantMichiganGreen.com.
Directory Listing – Your business listing is automatically included in the next issue of the MNLA Membership Directory.
Education & Certification Discounts – Members and all employees receive discounts on education and certification manuals throughout the year.
Discounted Business Insurances - Significant discounts available to Members for property, general liability, commercial auto, workers’ compensation, cyber liability, commercial umbrella, and more.
Expo Discounts – MNLA Members and all employees receive significant discounts at the Great Lakes Trade Exposition. Visit GLTE.org to learn more.