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  • Why join the NHLA?

    More than 500,000 Hispanic-Americans work in the landscape industry across the US. We help each other grow as professionals and leaders so that we can become more successful. Together we can better support each other’s interests.

    ourpurpose

    • We are a trade association that:
    • Supports the advancement of Hispanic-Americans as landscape industry professionals and leaders
    • Provides Hispanic-American landscaping professionals a voice in the national dialogue on environmentally responsible landscape practices and a means through which to collectively advance the interests of their businesses, the livelihood of their employees and the quality of life in the communities in which they live and work
  • News & Event

    Join us in August as we host Train the Trainer on the West Coast

    NHLA will be hosting Train the Trainer this August in California! This is a program designed to empower landscape industry professionals, from foremen to branch managers. Train the Trainer is designed to provide its attendees with the skills needed to effectively advance the awareness, skill, and knowledge of others. Among the topics covered are:(1) how to assess the need for training,(2) how to develop training to meet specific needs, (3) how to deliver training most effectively to landscape industry workers,(4) how to determine if learning is taking place during the training, and (5) how to measure the impact of training on operations. Click here for more information and registration

    NHLA Sues DOL & DHS over H-2B rules

    Recognizing the new H-2B rules as job killers that have been enacted illegally, the NHLA has joined in suing DOL and DHS in Federal court. “These new rules are having a chilling effect on companies otherwise poised to grow. These businesses not only provide the seasonal jobs that too few Americans are willing to take, but they also add year-round jobs that Americans do want and that Hispanic Americans, because of their industry experience and linguistic and cultural competencies, are especially qualified to fill,” noted NHLA Executive Director Ralph Egües. Please click on the links to read media releases in Spanish and English.

    Toro joins the NHLA and extends 18% discounts to all NHLA Members

    We are delighted to welcome The Toro Company to the NHLA family and announce that they are extending NHLA members an 18% discount on Toro Landscape contractor equipment and the following attachments if included as part of the original sale or in the bid price: Z Master E-Z Vac collection systems, Recycler® mulching kits, Toro Z stands, Toro roller striping kits, operator controlled discharge chutes and deluxe suspension seats or suspension seat kits.

    John Deere makes Big Discounts available to NHLA Members

    As of June 16, 2014, members of the National Hispanic Landscape Alliance are be eligible for Level 2 Savings under the John Deere GreenFleet Loyalty Rewards program, which provides equipment discounts, parts savings, workshop product discounts, and other exclusive member benefits.  Read More