Local landscaper on board; Berg re-elected to MNLA Board of Directors

    Randy Berg, owner of Berg’s Nursery. Herald file photo

Randy Berg, owner of Berg’s Nursery. Herald file photo

A local landscaper was re-elected for a position on the Minnesota Nursery and Landscape Association board.

Randy Berg, MNLA-CP, APLD president of Berg’s Nursery, Landscapers/Garden Center, was re-elected to the Board of Directors for the Minnesota Nursery and Landscape Association.

In 1979, Berg graduated from Duluth Area Technical College with a degree in horticulture and landscape design. He is chair of the Minnesota Nursery and Landscape Association Communications and Technology Committee and past chair of the Garden Center Committee.

Several other members were also re-elected to the board. The Minnesota Nursery and Landscape Association is the state’s largest green industry trade association with more than 1,100 member businesses including garden centers; landscape contractors and designers; tree and flower growers; irrigation contractors; and lawn, tree, and garden services.

 

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