CNLA is the state trade association that represents CT nurseries, garden centers, landscapers, nursery and perennial growers, and landscape designers. CNLA is the state trade association that represents Connecticut’s wholesale and retail nurseries, garden centers, landscape contractors, florists, arborists, landscape architects, landscape designers, suppliers, educators, researchers and allied businesses. 2021 CNLA Summer Talks and Walks July 28 at 8:30 am – July 29 at 12:00 pm 2021 CT Accredited Nursery Professional Program August 24 at 7:00 pm – November 23 at 9:00 pm 2021 Winter Symposium Recordings Now Available! Recordings of the 2021 Winter Symposium lectures are now available for purchase. You can purchase access to either Wednesday’s sessions, Thursday’s sessions, or both days. The Spanish lectures are available for free. To purchase your access, click here. If you attended the Winter Symposium then you are eligible for free access for all programs. Contact ...Learn more Your love of plants and this industry is helping pique the interest in so many people. We need to capitalize on this interest and continue to cultivate it so they may become lifelong gardeners and appreciators of plants. This would not only be a win for our industry, but also the environment and the health ...Learn more Like to get your hands dirty? Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for tips from the pros for taking care of your garden and landscape! Looking to upgrade but prefer to keep your hands clean? No problem! Visit the Find a Pro page to locate a professional in your area. Connecticut Nursery & Landscape Association Connecticut Nursery and Landscape Association • P.O. Box 30 • Bloomfield, CT 06002
Oct 15, 2010 ... Toronto-based brokerage firm Sinclair Cockburn and Lombard was the ... Presently CNLA and Marsh are negotiating with a number of insurers ... Horticulture Review October 2010 Industry News New insurance carrier named for HortProtect Marsh Canada has been appointed as the exclusive insurance and risk management broker for the HortProtect Property and Casualty Insurance Program. Toronto-based brokerage firm Sinclair Cockburn and Lombard was the previous broker under the HortProtect program. Marsh refers to itself as the world's leading insurance broker and risk adviser, with over 23,000 employees with clients in over 100 countries. The announcement of the switching insurance carriers came through the Canadian Nursery Landscape Association (CNLA), with the changeover effective Sept. 15. “Sinclair Cockburn and Lombard imposed a significant coverage restriction, effective July 1, 2010, therefore removing any liability coverage for snow removal operations along with double-digit rate increases to all members,” said CNLA executive director Victor Santacruz, CAE, CLP. “This restriction was clearly unacceptable and CNLA and its insurance committee began to seek alternative solutions.” According to Santacruz, some of the specific reasons that set Marsh apart were: Experience with trade associations and group programs with dedicated specialists Extensive access and relationships with domestic and international insurers Risk management approach to risk identification and innovative solutions to create program stability Claims management and advocacy for our members Ability to offer local service through 13 offices nationally and retail broker network, including current existing sub-broker relationships
Through Marsh Canada, CNLA members have the opportunity to purchase Property and Casualty/Business Insurance Personal; and Home and Automobile ... HOME SERVICES AFFINITY & SPONSORED PROGRAMS CANADIAN NURSERY LANDSCAPE ASSOCIATION HORTPROTECT INSURANCE PROGRAM AFFINITY AND SPONSORED PROGRAMS Canadian Nursery Landscape Association HortProtect Insurance Program HortProtect is an exclusive risk management product of the Canadian Nursery Landscape Association (CNLA) and the green industry associations’ only endorsed insurance program — developed with input from your fellow industry members. Property and Casualty/Business Insurance Rented equipment and rental reimbursement coverage Blanket limit for all insured values with no co-insurance restriction All risks coverage for greenhouses and nurseries and growing stock Landscapers including snow removal operations Commercial “blanket” fleet rating Hail coverage provided without any limitation Third Party Administration for claims handling For additional information on Property and Casualty/Business Insurance, please contact Marsh Canada: 1 888 949 4360 | firstname.lastname@example.org Personal Home and Automobile Insurance Auto coverages including Cars, Trucks, Trailers, Motorcycles, Snowmobiles, and Motorhomes Homeowners coverages including Tenants, Condominiums, Rental Properties, Seasonal Residences, and Watercraft Convenient monthly payment plans with no service fees (except in Quebec) Access to quotes from multiple insurers Assistance in determining the options that best meet your specific needs Claims advocacy should the need ever arise 24-hour emergency claims service
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