Class members were nominated by his horticulture/floriculture industry peers, based on personal and professional accomplishments. Dustyn is one of 40 trailblazers under the age of 40 who exemplifies superior leadership, creativity, innovative thinking, excellence and compassion in and outside the horticulture field.
“This year’s class is made up of 40 young men and women who are the rising stars who shine in their careers as well as their personal lives. These down-to-Earth superstars have established themselves as current and future industry leaders,” say Tim Hodson, GPN’s editorial director.
“It is a diverse and distinguished class. These men and women represent the future of the horticulture industry — and our industry is in good hands for many years to come,” Hodson adds.
Honorees are being recognized in GPN’s May issue, at www.gpnmag.com and at a special reception during Cultivate’17, a horticulture tradeshow in Columbus, Ohio, in July.
Nomination forms for the Class of 2018 will be available in November on GPN’s website, www.gpnmag.com.