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Thompson’s Point Maker’s Market

Fall/Winter Application is open.

MELNA Members are eligible for a $50 discount on booth rental.

Thompson’s Point is proud to team up with MELNA to offer discounted entry to Members for our Fall and Winter Maker’s Markets.
Visit to apply and learn more.

Poster for Thompson’s Point Maker’s Market



New Green Spotlight Series

In partnership with the Maine Landscape and Nursery Association, Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens presents the Green Spotlight Series, featuring local and national researchers, instructors, and field professionals from the green industry discussing topics valuable to peer professionals. The variety of topics are for a diverse range of landscape-related professionals from nursery and lawn-care specialists to arborists, landscapers, gardeners, and landscape designers/architects. MELNA members will earn recertification credits and several sessions will count toward the State of Maine’s Pesticide License recertification. Please inquire regarding credit approval for all other network agencies.

    Go to to register in advance.


The Green Spotlight Series
Online, Thursdays, 4 – 5 p.m.
A Series Presented in Partnership with the Maine Landscape and Nursery Association


Foundational Factors for Sustainable Turf
Mary Owen
Thursday, March 18, 2021
4 p.m. – 5 p.m.


Urban Trees, Selection & Management
Nina-Lauren Bassuk
Thursday, April 1
4 p.m. – 5 p.m.


Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens
132 Botanical Gardens Drive, Boothbay, ME 04537
(207) 633-8000 |​




Charity Work Project:

Each year requests are submitted to our organization to request our expertise in landscaping a particular locale. It is our difficult task to choose a project deserving of our attention. Once chosen, a landscape is designed, plants and materials are donated by our membership in a coordinated effort, and we descend upon the site for the installation. It is an amazing to see a site transformed so quickly by many experienced hands. Equipment and materials quickly move about, completing the project many times in a matter of hours. The camaraderie amongst the workers is a true draw on the day for many. If you haven’t had the experience, we encourage you to become involved – you will be in awe of what we can do!




If you have any questions or ideas, please contact

Don Sproul, Executive Director

Maine Landscape and Nursery Association
PO Box 4666
Augusta, ME 04330


Phone: (207) 623-6430
Fax: (207) 623-6431