July 2022Previous Issues
Longevity in landscaping: How Plan B turned into a long career
Ricky Samyn, Brian Baun and Jamin Strate recount Ricky’s 25-year-career at B.K. Baun Landscape in Ajax, Ont.
Supporting a greener future: HortProtect Climate Change Research Fund joins OHTF
W. Michael Thomas created the new HortProtect Climate Change Research Fund to help researchers, academics, and non-profit organizations find solutions for climate change, shoreline preservation, and other environmental concerns.
Spring cleanup at Participation House Markham
Volunteers equipped with sunhats and garden gloves came together on May 14 to clean up a special place in Markham, Ont.
Celebrating Tony DiGiovanni’s legacy
Landscape Ontario is planning a very special event on Aug. 18, 2022 to celebrate Tony DiGiovanni’s retirement.
In-person Snowposium returns this September
Landscape Ontario’s annual snow and ice conference will return as an in-person event on Sept. 15, 2022.
Takeaways from EIO Solutions spring lunch and learn
A recap of Landscape Ontario’s endorsed Human Resources provider EIO Solutions' lunch and learn event held May 17.
New video series showcases 2022 trial gardens
A new video series is showcasing the 2022 trial gardens.
In Memoriam — Richard Emmons
Richard Marshall Emmons passed away suddenly on Dec. 21, 2021 at the age of 64.
MPP Parm Gill announces expanded funding for LO’s GROW Program
Parm Gill, MPP for Milton, visited the Landscape Ontario home office on May 3, 2022 to announce expanded funding for the GROW Program.
Reaching milestones along the apprenticeship journey
Over the last year of the COVID-19 pandemic, these amazing apprentices refused to be deterred as they continued along their chosen pathway throughout a very challenging time.
Milton mayor proclaims April as Dig Safe Month
Mayor Gordon Krantz officially proclaimed April 2022 as Dig Safe Month in the town of Milton, and encouraged support of the safety awareness campaign.