Admission Policy

New England Grows is a professional conference and exposition designed specifically for the green industry. Green industry professionals, educators, students and members of allied professions are invited to attend. The New England Grows is not recommended for children under the age of 16. In the event that you do bring a child, a $10.00 badge-processing fee will be assessed. Everyone is required to wear a badge issued by New England Grows to enter the educational conference and exposition. Transferring or lending a badge to another person is a violation of show rules and a misrepresentation to exhibitors and management. Anyone wishing to sell products or services at New England Grows must contract for an exhibit space. Selling on the trade show floor without an exhibit booth is unfair to other exhibitors and is strictly prohibited. Violation of these policies will result in expulsion from the show and confiscation of the badge.

Consent to Use of Images

Registration and attendance at, or participation in, New England Grows constitutes an agreement by the registrant for use of registrant's image and/or voice in photo- graphs, videotapes, electronic reproductions and audiotapes of New England Grows.

Cancellation Policy

Cancellations received in writing by January 15 will be refunded less a $10 administrative fee. Cancellations received after January 15 and "no shows" will not be eligible for a refund.

Severe Weather Policy

New England Grows will be open for business at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center, Wednesday, February 4 - Friday, Februry 6, 2015, unless a state of emergency is declared by the Governor of Massachusetts. Please stay tuned to the local media for City of Boston updates, visit, or check this website for further information.

Green Commitment

In an effort to steward scarce resources, New England Grows has taken action to promote sustainability by:

  • Increasing waste recycling
  • Reducing paper consumption
  • Using recycled paper and low toxicity inks
  • Emphasizing electronic communication
  • Minimizing the use of disposable materials