Cape Cod Landscape Association

Is a non-profit trade association serving the needs of individuals and businesses working in and involved with the Green Industry on Cape Cod and in Southeastern Massachusetts.

CCLA Membership Directory



CCLA has two offices available for rent.

Each office is approximately 10’x12′. The offices are located on the second floor in Cotuit.

Rent is $350 per office per month. The general office includes a front reception area, kitchen area with refrigerator, bathroom, with shower, conference room with refrigerator, internet, electric, air conditioning, and heat. read more…

2018 Fall Horticultural Classes at CCCC




Course Name: HOR 101 001 01 Plant and Soil Science
Credits: 4.00
Dates: 9/4/2018 – 12/18/2018

Course Name: HOR 101 001 63 Plant and Soil Science
Credits: 4.00
Dates: 9/4/2018 – 12/18/2018

Course Name: HOR 101 L 001 01 Plant & Soil Science Lab
Credits: 0.00
Dates: 9/4/2018 – 12/18/2018

Course Name: HOR 101 L 001 63 Plant & Soil Science Lab
Credits: 0.00
Dates: 9/4/2018 – 12/18/2018 read more…

Registration for Saluting Branches 2018 is officially open!

The 4th Annual Saluting Branches Day of Service event will be held on Wednesday, September 19, 2018, at 50 locations across the US.

Important registration information: New this year, all participants will need to individually sign up, even if you are part of a company or organization. When signing up, you will receive a separate email that you can forward on to others you would like to invite.

On Memorial Day we take time to honor the veterans who have given us so much. Saluting Branches is our way of saying thank you.

Saluting Branches 2017 was amazing! The largest one-day volunteer event in the tree industry with over 2,200 volunteers. 467 companies and organizations put in an estimated 17,600 hours in one day at locations across the country. More than $2.2 million dollars in services donated by arborists doing the work they love! We need you to help make Saluting Branches 2018 another successful event! Sign up for your location

The Advocate | June 29 2018

On the Hill
Potential Fix to H-2B Floated in House, Quickly Goes Down to Defeat
On Tuesday, Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R, VA) introduced an amendment to a compromise bill that sought to resolve many of the immigration issues currently being debated. Included in the bill were provisions that would have required the use of E-Verify for new employees in exchange for permanent exemption from the cap for H-2B workers, something that would have provided great relief to NALP members that rely heavily on temporary guest workers.

NALP’s H2B Advisory Committee was in support of the proposed H2B provisions; however, the H-2B language was removed from the bill late Tuesday evening and, due to other contentious issues revolving around immigration such as DACA and the border wall, the bill ultimately went down to defeat on Wednesday. The good news to take away from this defeat is that Congress continues to hear about the need for permanent H-2B reform. read more…

Legislative Update from BCB Government Relations

Below please find a brief update of recent activity at the State House and insight into what it all means from the Green Industry Alliance/BCB Government Relations. Courtesy of Irrigation Association of New England

Legislative Environment
The Legislature will cease formal sessions for the 2017-2018 term at midnight (or around there) on Tuesday, July 31, 2018.  After this date, the House and Senate will continue to meet twice each week for informal sessions until the new and re-elected legislators are sworn-in on the first Wednesday of January 2019.  During these sessions, only matters deemed non-controversial can advance and any single member may object to any matter, blocking it from moving forward.  So, anything that will be debated or that requires a roll call vote must be done prior to midnight on July 31st.

With the deadline looming, the Legislature has kicked into high gear and the House and Senate have passed several matters that are now being negotiated in conference committee, including the FY19 budget, short-term rentals (AirBnB), data breach, red flag/ERPO (gun ownership), veteran benefits, health care cost containment and civics education.  The next tier of issues includes another package on opioid abuse prevention and treatment, wage theft, raising the age to purchase tobacco and clean energy.  The hundreds of smaller issues still pending can fight to move ahead but not if there is even a moderate amount of disagreement. read more…

Cape Cod Landscape Association, Inc. is a non-profit trade association serving the needs of individuals and businesses working in and involved with the Green Industry on Cape Cod and in southeastern Massachusetts. Founded over 25 years ago, the CCLA has over 200 members.

CCLA is devoted to providing its members with the most useful information to help them make decisions that directly affect their businesses and save them time and money.

Upcoming Events

  1. Irrigation Contractor Training and CIC Exam  on November 13th and 14th

    November 13, 2018 @ 8:00 am - January 14, 2019 @ 5:00 pm
  2. Certificate in Small Business Management

    December 10 - December 17
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