Oklahoma Nursery and Landscape Association

Welcome to ONLA!

Founded in 1926, The Oklahoma Nursery and Landscape Association is committed to providing support through education, events, networking and member benefits to those involved in the green industry.

Our office is located on the campus of Oklahoma State University - Oklahoma City in the Agriculture Resource Center. Office hours are Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays from 8:45 to 2:45.

Feel free to contact Becky Sellers, our Executive Director, in the office or by email, phone or text.

info@oknla.org 405-945-6737 (office) 405-323-3164 (cell/text)

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OSU Endowed Horticulture Scholarships

Honoring Dr. Carl Whitcomb, Charles and Linda Shackelford, Dr. Jim Motes, Dr. Richard Payne, Marjorie Moesel and the late Richard Moesel, six endowed scholarship funds have been created to provide support to future students pursuing an education in the field of horticulture.

Please read the information about each of these funds here.

BOONE PICKENS MATCH:  If any (or all) of these funds reach a total of $50,000 by February 26, 2015, The Boone Pickens Estate will contribute $75,000 to the fund, which would bring the total amount in the fund to $125,000.  This could mean $6,250 of annual support - forever.

Please consider contributing to this worthwhile cause.  Even a small donation will make a difference!

Donate to the Marjorie Moesel Fund here.
Donate to the Richard Moesel Fund here.
Donate to the Dr. Jim Motes Fund here.
Donate to the Dr. Richard Payne Fund here.
Donate to the Charles and Linda Shackelford Fund here.
Donate to the Dr. Carl Whitcomb Fund here.


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400 N. Portland
Oklahoma City, OK
Phone : 405-945-6737