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  • Texas Department of Agriculture Fee Increases — 2016 Texas Nursery & Landscape Association
    fees on some of the programs they currently regulate The rule is intended to go into effect January 1 2016 This will affect seed inspection pesticide applicator license and others programs having a direct impact on your business The nursery floral certificate and phytosanitary certification are not going up at this time but TDA is in the process of reviewing those programs as well TNLA would like to give you the full story on how the fee increase came about In 2011 Texas was in a 27 billion budget shortfall when the State Legislature entered the 82nd Legislative Session Throughout the appropriations process many state agencies programs across the state were cut or defunded TDA s funds were cut by 45 The legislature wanted the programs seed inspection pesticide applicator license etc to be cost recovery self funding This placed a huge burden on the Go Texan program along with the services TDA provides to our industry At the time TDA was allowed to use excess dollars from one program to support other programs In the 84th Legislative Session earlier this year after attempts to regain the dollars lost in 2011 and the decision to stop TDA from transferring dollars as of September 1 2015 from other programs they are in a position where they have to raise fees We have had many conversations with Commissioner Miller and his staff and they do not want this to happen But if the fees are not raised all of agriculture will be negatively impacted There are plenty of people groups and agencies responsible for this In the next Legislative Session in 2017 TNLA will work with other agriculture groups to regain this funding thus reducing the fee increase back down to the levels we sustain currently Commissioner Miller this week told the

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  • Women in Horticulture — 2016 Texas Nursery & Landscape Association
    EXPO TNLA Awards Celebration 2016 Winter Showcase CONTACT SEARCH Search TNLAOnline Seeds of Leadership for Women Seeds of Leadership is a new TNLA initiative to develop strong leadership within the Green Industry By connecting women and providing a space for sharing development and growth TNLA hopes to help all women in horticulture to become strong effective leaders We had a great turn out for the Webinar on Thursday December 10 2015 with Deborah Magnuson Elliott Principal with Marketing Matters as she discussed 10 Things Emotionally Strong Women Don t Do check out her presentation by Clicking Here If you re a woman interested in networking with fellow industry professionals and you want to invest in your professional development please continue to visit us on tnlaonline org for more information or contact Sarah Riggins at sarah tnlaonline org or call 512 579 3954 to be part of the email list for TNLA Seeds of Leadership Women in Horticulture invitations Deborah Magnuson Biography Deborah Magnuson Elliott Principal Marketing Matters Deborah draws on decades of communications experience to managing marketing and branding initiatives for a wide variety of clients Although she has a very strong sales background and loves helping clients achieve their ROI she s also passionate about strategy and creative branding Outside work Deborah s passions include her granddaughters rescuing animals and she s an avid Fantasy Football freak playing in several leagues A Past American Women in Radio Television Trailblazer board member as well as the 2015 Incoming President for the Austin Advertising Federation Deborah believes we are not here to follow our passions in life but to create them and then build them into something we can do with passion 10 Things Emotionally Strong Women Don t Do HOME CONTACT SITE MAP ABOUT TNLA Mission Statement Governance History TNLA

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  • Botrytis Host Chart — 2016 Texas Nursery & Landscape Association
    Texas Certified Professional Manuals Member Products Services Finder Advertise in TNLA Publications TNLA Online Store EVENTS Events Main Events Calendar Nursery Landscape EXPO TNLA Awards Celebration 2016 Winter Showcase CONTACT SEARCH Search TNLAOnline Botrytis Host Chart HOME CONTACT SITE MAP ABOUT TNLA Mission Statement Governance History TNLA Leadership Staff TNLA Membership Benefits CERTIFICATION Certification Promotion Resources CEU Opportunities TMCNP TCNP TCLP TCLA Renewal and Reinstatement Online Certification Exams TNLA Water

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  • Webinars — 2016 Texas Nursery & Landscape Association
    TEIL Awards Texas Water Smart PRODUCTS Products Main TNLA GREEN Magazine Membership Lists Publications Industry Research Reports Best of Texas Texas Certified Professional Manuals Member Products Services Finder Advertise in TNLA Publications TNLA Online Store EVENTS Events Main Events Calendar Nursery Landscape EXPO TNLA Awards Celebration 2016 Winter Showcase CONTACT SEARCH Search TNLAOnline TNLA Events Region II TNLA Region Meeting Begins Tuesday May 10 6 30pm Ends Tuesday May 10 8 30pm Region IV TNLA Region Meeting Social Event Begins Tuesday May 10 6 00pm Ends Tuesday May 10 8 00pm Region V TNLA Region Meeting Begins Tuesday May 17 6 30pm Ends Tuesday May 17 8 30pm Region VII TNLA Region Meeting Begins Wednesday May 11 11 30am Ends Wednesday May 11 1 30pm WEBINAR Labor and Immigration Update with Craig Regelbrugge of AmericanHort Begins Tuesday June 21 10 00am Ends Tuesday June 21 11 00am HOME CONTACT SITE MAP ABOUT TNLA Mission Statement Governance History TNLA Leadership Staff TNLA Membership Benefits CERTIFICATION Certification Promotion Resources CEU Opportunities TMCNP TCNP TCLP TCLA Renewal and Reinstatement Online Certification Exams TNLA Water Smart Certification REGIONS Region I Region II Region III Region IV Region V Region VI Region VII Region VIII

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  • Required OSHA Records — 2016 Texas Nursery & Landscape Association
    Magazine Membership Lists Publications Industry Research Reports Best of Texas Texas Certified Professional Manuals Member Products Services Finder Advertise in TNLA Publications TNLA Online Store EVENTS Events Main Events Calendar Nursery Landscape EXPO TNLA Awards Celebration 2016 Winter Showcase CONTACT SEARCH Search TNLAOnline http harvestlandscapeconsulting com 2015 01 required osha records Required OSHA Records Harvest Consutling Group reviews the records required by OSHA You can watch recorded the webinar below The Art of Success in the Landscape Business January 29 30 2015 Harris County Community Service March 14 2015 TNLA Headquarters 7730 South IH 35 Austin TX August 14 2015 2015 Nursery Landscape EXPO Kay Bailey Hutchinson Convention Center 650 S Griffin St Dallas TX September 23 2015 Bexar County Extension Center 3355 Cherry Ridge St Suite 212 San Antonio TX October 28 2015 Tarrant County Extension Center 200 Taylor St Suite 500 Fort Worth TX Cost 30 Members 45 Non members Click here for additional information HOME CONTACT SITE MAP ABOUT TNLA Mission Statement Governance History TNLA Leadership Staff TNLA Membership Benefits CERTIFICATION Certification Promotion Resources CEU Opportunities TMCNP TCNP TCLP TCLA Renewal and Reinstatement Online Certification Exams TNLA Water Smart Certification REGIONS Region I Region II Region III

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  • Air Quality Essentials for Businesses — 2016 Texas Nursery & Landscape Association
    fleet vehicle emissions that impact air quality decrease the number of vehicles on the road and save money by enacting better fleet management policies 1 Save fuel by requiring all fleet vehicles to limit vehicle idling to five minutes or less 2 Choose the right vehicle for the right job by conducting a business evaluation of fleet usage including operation and right sizing Select vehicles that run on cleaner fuels such as hybrids alternative fuel and electric 3 Maintain vehicles on a regular maintenance schedule Tuning up vehicles regularly can contribute significantly to clean air quality and proper maintenance can reduce fuel demand by up to 15 Find Efficiencies with Enhanced Business Operations Evaluate your business operations for reductions in emissions and take actions that can lead to reduced business costs and improved air quality According to the State Energy Conservation Office conserving energy can cut operating costs and increase profitability By simply making better energy decisions with little to no capital businesses and industry can cut costs enhance competitiveness and grow the bottom line 1 Take advantage of resource conservation opportunities You save money when your business uses less electricity and water and fewer emissions are created at water generation facilities 2 Save employee time used to travel during the workday by Limiting in person meetings host a teleconference or webinar instead Providing employees with access to do personal government or business activities online Locating your business offices within walking distance of amenities such as banks or restaurants Support Employees to Improve Well Being Elevated ozone levels can harm the respiratory health of some people especially children the elderly those that work or exercise outdoors and those with chronic health conditions Consider implementing a business trip reduction plan for employees as part of your benefits program Encourage employees to

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  • Citrus Greening in Harris County — 2016 Texas Nursery & Landscape Association
    Member Discounts Legislative Regulatory Horticultural Careers Industry Research Reports Job Link Useful Links New to the Business Member Products Services Finder Learn More about TEIL Awards Texas Water Smart PRODUCTS Products Main TNLA GREEN Magazine Membership Lists Publications Industry Research Reports Best of Texas Texas Certified Professional Manuals Member Products Services Finder Advertise in TNLA Publications TNLA Online Store EVENTS Events Main Events Calendar Nursery Landscape EXPO TNLA Awards Celebration 2016 Winter Showcase CONTACT SEARCH Search TNLAOnline Citrus Greening in Harris County Dr Kevin Ong Dr Mengmeng Gu and Jim Reaves presented the latest information on the Harris County Citrus Greening Quarantine at the 2014 Nursery Landscape EXPO You can watch recorded the webinar below Check out all our past Webinars here HOME CONTACT SITE MAP ABOUT TNLA Mission Statement Governance History TNLA Leadership Staff TNLA Membership Benefits CERTIFICATION Certification Promotion Resources CEU Opportunities TMCNP TCNP TCLP TCLA Renewal and Reinstatement Online Certification Exams TNLA Water Smart Certification REGIONS Region I Region II Region III Region IV Region V Region VI Region VII Region VIII SERVICES TNLA Education Member Discounts Legislative Regulatory Horticultural Careers Industry Research Reports Job Link Useful Links New to the Business Member Products Services Finder Learn

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  • Be Air Aware — 2016 Texas Nursery & Landscape Association
    many everyday activities including nursery and landscaping operations can help reduce ozone levels During ozone season elevated levels of ozone can impact o Human health especially children the elderly and those with lung disease o The wellbeing of ecosystems by damaging vegetation and affecting the health of wildlife and o Breakdown the exterior surfaces of structures such as building facades and statues Know when ozone levels are projected to be high so that actions can be taken by you and your business to limit the number of emissions generated Be Air Aware this ozone season with air quality information and forecasts from Air Now at www airnow gov At Air Now you will learn about and use the Air Quality Index AQI which is a color coded guide used nationwide that helps individuals understand how healthy the air quality may be on a particular day The table below better defines the varying ozone levels and associated health impacts More information about the Air Quality Index AQI can be found by visiting the Air Now website at www airnow gov When the ozone level is unhealthy for sensitive groups many individuals may experience increased respiratory ailments especially in children the elderly those with lung disease such as asthma sufferers and healthy adults working or playing outdoors The Texas Department of State Health Services has said that asthma affects more children than any other chronic disease and is one of the most frequent reasons for hospital admissions among children This in turn leads to lost school and work days When the ozone level is unhealthy anyone may experience health effects and individuals in the sensitive groups will experience more severe symptoms For more information about the human health effects of ozone visit this link to the American Lung Association summary of health

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