The Capital Area Landscape and Nurseryman's Association was founded in the fall of 1980. Eleven companies pioneered the association from its inception. Currently, CALNA's Membership includes landscape contractors, landscape management companies, nursery growers, sod growers, and a host of support companies and suppliers - both wholesale and retail.

CALNA offers its members the opportunity to communicate with peers within related industries. It also offers its members a chance to address mutual problems and concerns and serves as a vehicle to help solve them. Membership includes working as a team to better the green industry in Central Michigan through small workshops, general membership meetings, and educational seminars. CALNA also serves to increase public awareness of the industries by its community involvement and educational commitment.

CALNA Mission Statement: Creating a trusted network of active, involved members for the purpose of Enhancing the management, practice & public perception of the landscape and nursery business, Creating & reinforcing public perception and inquiry about professionalism of landscapers and nurserymen

CALNA Baseball Outing at the Lansing Lugnuts


Join your fellow CALNA Members to watch the Lansing Lugnuts take on the West Michigan Whitecaps!

Location: Jackson Field in Lansing, MI

Contact Becky Cybart for information. (517) 381-0437.

Thursday, August 4, 2022 - 7:05pm

CALNA Annual Golf Tournament


Thursday, September 15, 2022

Wheatfield Valley Golf Course
1600 Linn Road
Williamston, MI, 48895
(517) 655-6999

The Annual Golf Tournament of the Capital Area Landscape & Nurseryman’s Association (CALNA) is scheduled for Thursday, September 15th.  

Thursday, September 15, 2022 (All day)

Announcing the 2022 Slate of Officers!

Chris Staszuk
Rockwood Retaining Walls

Vice President
Lawrence Kaylor
Discount Tree Sales & Transplanting

Dave Thurston
Royal Lawn & Landscape

Matthew Williams
Commercial Credit Group

At-Large Director/MNLA Rep.
Lee Hammond Jr.
Hammond Farms Landscape Supply