September 2021Previous Issues
Lakeshore Landscaping establishes community involvement
In 2003, shortly after starting their own business, brothers Matt and Ryan Pawluk discovered a neglected 21-year-old beech tree.
Trial Gardens open doors to new ideas
On August 12, the trial garden site at Landscape Ontario held its annual open house, welcoming visitors.
Landscape Ontario Awards: What to consider before entering
Four judges offer tips and advice to association members.
GROW program helps establish new roots in landscaping
Program proves to be a win-win endeavour for the Montreal-based Strathmore Landscape.
A new view for Participation House residents
Toronto Chapter volunteers donate $50,000+ garden makeover to Participation House Markham.
New irrigation system passes the test
First validation held using the newly-installed irrigation system at the LO site in Milton, Ont.
Government pledges $4 million to Ontario horticultural research projects
Vineland Research and Innovation Centre will receive $4 million in funding to support various horticultural research projects.
Here’s seven must-see seminars at Congress Conference
Annual seminar series returns Jan. 18-20, 2022 via Zoom, and delivers 36 sessions featuring 47 leading experts from across the various sectors of horticulture and landscaping.
Celebrating a decade of National Tree Day
The 10th annual National Tree Day takes place on Sept. 22, 2021.
Free health and safety training now available in Ontario
Ontario government will invest $10.5 million over the next three years to train up to 60,000 health and safety representatives.
LMN acquires Greenius training software
Landscape Management Network (LMN) has acquired Greenius, an online training software company specializing in landscaping.
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