Renewal & Remembrance

July 15, 2019
Arlington National Cemetery | Arlington, Virginia

Join us on Monday, July 15, 2019, for the largest service event in the industry – Renewal & Remembrance. Help us honor America’s veterans by lending your professional skills to care for and beautify one of our nation’s most hallowed places – Arlington National Cemetery.



Work side by side with hundreds of NALP members and their family members in partnership with the horticulture team at ANC to improve the lawns, shore up historic trees, landscape, and complete irrigation and hardscape projects on the grounds.

Renewal & Remembrance is only one important part of the trip to Washington. The three-day event combines community service with advocacy as members head to Capitol Hill for Legislative Days on the Hill, where we work together as a force to advocate for issues that affect our businesses. Also attend education sessions to get the latest information on key issues and network with hundreds of lawn care and landscape companies at this important annual event.


Renewal & Remembrance Dinner of Reflection

Monday, July 15 | 7:00 pm – 8:45 pm | Tickets: $50 Adult, $25 Child

This year, the Renewal & Remembrance Dinner of Reflection will be a show stopper! Say hello to Voices of Service. The Center for American Military Music Opportunities (CAMMO) Voices of Service consists of veterans and active duty service member talent made up of musicians and singers. Have you seen them on America's Got Talent? They are nothing short of amazing! Don't skip our tribute to 23 years of NALP volunteer service at the Arlington National Cemetery. You won't want to blink! Register for the dinner by going back in and editing your existing registration, and adding the dinner tickets before checking out. You can add tickets up until July 11.

Speaker: Congressman Mark Green (R-TN)

Our speaker this year at the dinner event, is American physician and politician from the state of Tennessee, Mark Green. He serves as the U.S. Representative for Tennessee's 7th congressional district. Prior to running for office, Green ran a healthcare company and he was an officer in the United States Army. He authored a book about his experience as an emergency medicine physician in Operation Red Dawn, in which Saddam Hussein was captured.

A successful business leader, decorated combat veteran, and ER physician, Green served in Tennessee State Senate before his election to Congress. His 24 years of service, between the Academy, active duty Army and Army Reserves -- including two trips to Iraq and one to Afghanistan -- have impressed upon him the need for strong American leadership internationally, a globally responsive military and a well-cared for military family.

Lead Partners

Caterpillar
John Deere
New Holland

What People Are Saying...

I have been coming to Renewal and Remembrance for nine years now and this is one of the special events I look forward to doing each year. Giving back and doing projects at Arlington is one of the best feelings I have all year."

Mike Dauer, Real Green Systems