May 2014Previous Issues
Golden Horseshoe Chapter expands meeting into trade show
Spring event with the Ministry of Transportation has become one of the most successful chapter events within Landscape Ontario.
LO states concerns for Invasive Species Act
Some organizations are asking for restrictions on new plants that are lacking scientific assessments
Annual Industry Auction assists research and education
This year’s event will be held at Winkelmolen Nursery in Lynden, Ont.
Terry Murphy enters ORCGA hall of fame
The honour took place on Feb. 4 at the 2014 ORCGA annual symposium.
Guidelines for Property Managers inside this issue
Guide from LO's Grounds Management Sector Group lists basic services with a complete menu of green options and extra services.
Ottawa team builds garden for Cottage and Backyard Show
Show took place at the EY Centre in Ottawa from Apr. 11 to 13.
The Grounds Guys featured on TV
Orangeville, Ont., member featured on W Network’s series Be the Boss Canada.
Georgian Lakelands Chapter helps local food bank
Chapter's annual Fill the Landscape Trailer food drive benefits local community.
Former LO president featured in news article
Tom Intven of Canadale Nurseries in St. Thomas, was featured in the London Free Press.
Garden Grove founder named Young Entrepreneur of the Year
Award was handed out April 10 at the Burlington Convention Centre.
Letter To The Editor
Vineland receives $26.5 million
The funding will go toward assisting the horticulture industry through the five-year federal-provincial-territorial initiative.
Inspection blitzes and initiatives begin this month
Fall protection and excavation and trenching activities to be the focus.
LO public relations director named National Garden Day spokesperson
The event is supported by CNLA, Canada’s Garden Council and other stakeholder groups.
New guide for container nursery crop fertilization
Research project helping Ontario nursery growers save money and protect the environment.
Garden centres may sign-up for recycling program
National Plastic Recycling Event to run June 20 to July 1.
MTO circle check required on commercial vehicles
Daily vehicle inspection ensures early identification of vehicle problems and defects before the vehicle is operated on the highway.
World crop vegetable gardens hot new trend in Ontario
Gardeners of all ages inspired by the local food movement.