Top 10 GWA Member Resources – #4

Web Header - Main.pngBy Maree Gaetani

Each week for 10 weeks, members of the GWA Communications Committee are sharing creative presentations about some very useful GWA resources that you may not even be aware of. You’ll be able to see these presentations on GWA’s social media channels as well as every Tuesday here on the blog. Be sure to check back each week for a glimpse of a unique take on some of the wonderful resources available to all our members.

The fourth presentation in the series is a presentation by Maree Gaetani that features: GWA 2018 Conference.

Week 4 – The GWA 2018 Conference with IGC!

If you’re making a decision on what conferences to attend this year, the Chicago GWA Conference planning committee has just made it easier

In 2018, GWA is partnering with the International Garden Center (IGC) show, so you can use your valuable time and resources wisely. I’ve always wanted to attend IGC but always had to make choices due to budget and family, and this year, as a GWA conference registrant, I can attend both!

Here’s a quick ‘Q&A’ presentation about this unique opportunity and be sure to register for GWA 2018 by June 2 to get the early bird rate. Registration opens April 2.

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Meet the Author

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Maree Gaetani is currently Director of Strategic Initiatives at KidsGardening, a national nonprofit that is dedicated to getting kids learning through the garden.  Prior to this position, she was director of good works and garden relations at Gardener’s Supply.  She’s been actively involved promoting gardening as an agent for social, environmental and community change since 2001.  Member of  GWA since 2001.  Available at mareeg@kidsgardening.org

 

Author: GWA

GWA: The Association for Garden Communicators, formerly known as the Garden Writers Association, provides leadership and opportunities for education, recognition, career development and a forum for diverse interactions for professionals in the field of gardening communication. GWA members includes book authors, bloggers, staff editors, syndicated columnists, free-lance writers, photographers, speakers, landscape designers, television and radio personalities, consultants, publishers, extension service agents and more. No other organization in the industry has as much contact with the buying public as GWA members.

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