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  • May 23, 2019 6:10 PM | Diane Johnson (Administrator)


  • May 23, 2019 5:47 PM | Diane Johnson (Administrator)

    BREWSTER, MA - The Cape Cod Museum of Natural History in Brewster presents Tick Training and Lyme Disease Prevention with the Cape Cod Medical Reserve Corps Friday, June 21, 219 at 1PM.  

  • May 02, 2019 4:45 PM | Diane Johnson (Administrator)

    Mass Budget Amendments Results:

    We received the information below from MALCP. 

    "The House concluded the Energy and Environmental Affairs category with the unanimous adoption of Consolidated Amendment B.  Below is the list of items that we have been working on in this category.  While we did not succeed on the testing equipment matter (#1298), we are pleased to report that our amendment calling for the DAR to conduct a scientific review of neonicotinoids (#1366) was adopted and the funding was boosted to $100,000!  A copy of the amendment is attached and I have highlighted the specific language.  We have work to do in the Senate". 







    Pesticides for Hemp and Cannabis Cultivation

     Rogers, D.


    Consolidated (Out)


    Healthy Soils Pilot Program



    Consolidated (Out)


    UMass Extension Soil and Plant Nutrient Testing Laboratory



    Consolidated (Out)


    Protecting Massachusetts Pollinators



    Consolidated (Out)


    Neonic Review Draft Amendment



    Consolidated (In)

  • March 18, 2019 12:33 PM | CCLA Staff (Administrator)

    Carl Mueller accepting the Massachusetts Nursery and Landscape Association annual scholarship recently.  Carl was recognized for both outstanding academic and professional achievements.  Carl works closely with his family operating their business, Paramount Landscaping in Osterville, while simultaneously being a student at Stockbridge School of Agriculture and a fraternity member of ATG.  Carl is a CCLA member and past recipient of the Mike Stacy Memorial Scholarship! Congratulations to Carl!!  

  • March 15, 2019 12:28 PM | CCLA Staff (Administrator)

    State Agricultural Officials Urge Residents to Check Plants for Spotted Lanternfly - Discovery of Single Adult Insect Highlights Importance of Vigilant Reporting of this Pest

    The Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources (MDAR) announced today that a single dead specimen of the invasive pest known as spotted lanternfly (Lycorma delicatula) was reported and confirmed at a private residence in Boston. As a result, MDAR is urging the public to check for signs of spotted lanternfly adults in any potted plants that they may have received over the holiday season and to report any potential sightings of this pest on MDAR's online reporting form ( by taking photographs and collecting a specimen if possible. Residents should look for large, gray insects, about one inch long, with black spots and red underwings.

    "Early detection plays an important role in the protection of the economic and ecological resources of our state from invasive species," said MDAR Commissioner John Lebeaux. "We ask all residents who have received potted plants this past December to help us protect Massachusetts' environment and agricultural industries by checking for and reporting signs of spotted lanternfly."

    The insect appears to have been unintentionally transported this past December in a shipment of poinsettia plants originating from Pennsylvania. Because only one dead adult insect was found, and spotted lanternfly dies off when a hard frost hits, there is currently no evidence that this pest has become established in Massachusetts. However, additional surveys are planned in the area to confirm that no other occurrences of lanternfly are present.

    Spotted lanternfly is an invasive sap-feeding insect from Asia that was first found in the United States in 2014 in Pennsylvania. While the main host plant of this pest is tree-of-heaven (Ailanthus altissima), spotted lanternfly attacks a variety of trees, shrubs, and vines, and has the potential to impact a broad range of agricultural commodities, including apples, peaches, grapes/wine, maple syrup, as well as the ornamental nursery industry.

  • March 11, 2019 12:23 PM | CCLA Staff (Administrator)

    The following article was forwarded to us today, March 11, by the HBRACC. 

    10-15 American Mobilizers are still available for summer starts! 

    Learn more about Mobilize and how they can help you with your seasonal staffing needs

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