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Garden Management

The Garden Management Specialty contains these Association Communities:
Technology & Innovation Professionals | International Gardens

Small Gardens | Emerging Professionals
Finance & Operations | Guest Services

Select the one(s) that reflect your personal area of professional interest(s).

Association Events 
External Opportunities to Learn 
29
Sep
2021

Herding Well-Intended Cats: A Survival Guide to Navigating Small Shop Boards of Directors

Many small non-profit organizations are led by well-intended, dedicated and thoughtful Boards of...
07
Oct
2021

Succession Planning: The Tools You Need To Ensure Your Organization's Sustainability

Whenever you’re a nonprofit leader—whether you’re staff, board, or a committee chair—it’s important...
11
Oct
2021

They're Not A Frill If You're Using Them Right: How to Save Money and Get More Done Using High-Skill Volunteers

In this webinar, you will discover how to make the most of high-skill volunteers--those lawyers,...
12
Oct
2021

Nature & Health: Generating Understanding Across Communities and Disciplines

Nature & Health 2021 will explore the current understanding of the connections between nature...
03
Nov
2021

NAJGA 2021 Conference: Adaptability and Resilience: Sustainability in Japanese Gardens

NAJGA’s 5th Biennial Conference will include lectures, hands-on workshops and demonstrations, and...
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Technology & Innovation

Small Gardens

Emerging Professionals

Finance & Operations

Jobs 
9/21/21
The Botanic Garden at Historic Barns Park
9/21/21
Red Butte Garden and Arboretum
9/20/21
The Arboretum at Flagstaff
9/20/21
Reiman Gardens
9/16/21
Ganna Walska Lotusland