We have a “Peachy” Opportunity for you to join the Education Committee and help NHLA members grow in their professional development. Working on this committee earns you recertification credits and gives you the chance to meet and work with fellow members!
Many Hands Make Light Work
“Many hands make light work” – John Heywood, (1497-1580), British author, got it right when he coined this phrase, and it applies today! NHLA hopes you’ll consider joining the Education Committee! Work is well underway for the Joint Winter Meeting for January with members of NHLA, NH Plant Growers, and UNH Cooperative Extension. Your participation on the Education Committee would be most welcome. In addition to the Winter Meeting, we’re working on the Spring 2020 Conference to be held in March, as well as Twilight Meetings for 2020 and considerations about ways for attendees to earn pesticide credits.
Many viewpoints and experiences will help make the Education Committee work for NHLA members and guests. This committee can determine how we’ll broadcast information about NHLA’s education events, and you may have ideas you’d like to put in motion. Your participation can be centered on one event, one activity, or on bringing a new interpretation of “education” to the committee’s attention to review and implement.
Please consider joining this group! Contact Cris Blackstone, NHLA Education Coordinator, email@example.com for more information or to say you’ll serve on the committee.
“The More, the Merrier!” (also attributed to John Heywood – he got that right, too!)