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Landscaping design vendors may submit proposal to exhibit at OTC COLA seminar [UPDATED]

Published 9:41am Tuesday, March 12, 2013 Updated 11:45am Tuesday, March 12, 2013

A limited number of for-profit organizations will be accepted to demonstrate their products, services and materials at Nature Meets Design, a lakescaping and rain garden event organized by the Otter Tail County Coalition of Lake Associations (OTC COLA).

Native plant nurseries and landscape professionals (who design, install and maintain ecologically healthy shorelands, wetlands and rain gardens) are invited to submit a proposal to exhibit at the event scheduled April 27, at Thumper Pond in Ottertail.

Exhibitors will be selected on the basis of appropriateness and level of expertise as it relates to landscaping with plants native to this region.

If accepted, you will be asked to submit a $100 registration fee. For more information on submitting a proposal, contact Shawn Olson, at 218-334-3004 or at In your email, please briefly describe your organization and provide your full contact information.

The OTC COLA is a nonprofit charitable corporation organized to facilitate cooperation among member lake associations and to assist in the fostering of the wise use of the lake and stream areas.

For further information on joining the OTC COLA, please contact Pat Prunty, Membership Committee Chairman of the OTC COLA, by email at

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