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Expo registration open for Indiana green industry professionals

The Indiana Green Expo is returning this year with three days of educational opportunities for turf and landscape professionals in addition to a trade show and networking events.

The 2023 Indiana Green Expo will take place Jan. 30 through Feb. 1 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis. Fourteen educational tracks will be offered with topics including design, invasive species, tree care and more, along with a track in Spanish. Continuing Education Requirements for a variety of certification programs will be available for attendees.

“The Indiana Green Expo is the best opportunity of the year for the green industry to gather for education, vendors and networking,” said Kyle Daniel, a nursery and landscape outreach specialist. “Investing in your employee professional development will greatly increase employee retention, a critical part to the success of companies.”

Conference registration and additional details are available online.

The Midwest Regional Turf Foundation (MRTF) and the Indiana Nursery and Landscape Association first joined efforts in 2007 to offer the Indiana Green Expo (IGE). In recent years, the conference has had an average attendance of 1,600 green industry professionals. MRTF supports turf research and education at Purdue University for the advancement of the turfgrass industry. Proceeds from the IGE will be used to improve the green industry through research, educational programming and other supporting functions.

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