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Zachary W. Tormey B.A
Graduated from Salem State University where he recieved his degree in theatre with a minor in marketing
William G.Tormey, A.A.S
“Integrated Pest Management for Herbaceous Perennials”
"The Mauget Advanced Level Symposium” (tree infusion /micro injection)
Has received the followings certificates/degrees:
*State University of New York, Canton, New York. Associated Applied Science Agronomy/Horticulture
*Certificate Landscape Graphics, Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Office of Special ProgramsCambridge, Ma.
*Certificate CFO Empowerment Conference: E-Commerce Answers, CFO Seminars Boston, Ma.
Additional formal studies at the following
*Nursery Management, New York Botanical Garden, Bronx, New York.
*Environmental Design, State University of New York, Buffalo, New York
Awards: for Various Garden Exhibits:
*The Worcester County Horticultural Society Award for First Place.
*The Worcester County Horticultural Society Silver Medal for Suitability and Quality of Plant Material.
*The Boston Society of Landscape Architects Award for an Exhibit of Excellence in Landscape Design....
*The Worcester County Horticultural Society Award for Best Use of Color.
*Worcester County Horticultural Society Award for Diversity of Plant Material ...
* People's Choice Award....
*The International Plant Propagators Society
*American Nurseryman’s Assoc.,
*The American Horticultural Assoc,
*the New England Rock Garden Assoc,
*American Conifer Society
* Professional Perennial Growers Assoc.
I have been fortunate to gain experience not only at my small nursery, but from past experience at; Hudson Pines Farms (David Rockefeller's Estate) North Tarrytown, N.Y. under the inspirational direction of Gill Martin,
and at Arbor Gardens of Jackson, Michigan where I had the pleasure of workings with James Verhovan, LA
"Arbor Day 4-10-81 left to right, William G. Tormey, Landscaper , Thomas Taylor, Parks Commissioner City Manager Francis J. McGrath
Tree: Pyrus calleryana (Bradford Pear)"
Used with the permission of the Worcester Telegram & Gazette
90's left to right,
Mike Brown, Staff Commonwealth Nurseries,
William G. Tormey Commonwealth Nurseries,
and students from the University of Massachusetts Medical College, Environmental Group,
Tree: Chamaecyparis nootkatensis 'Pendula' (Weeping Alaska Cedar)
Photo by Kerry Monihan, MFA, Staff Commonwealth Nurseries
518Massasoit Rd. Worcester, MA 01604