April 2011Previous Issues
Landscape Ontario garden welcomes 90,000 to Canada Blooms
LO member volunteers achieved the wow factor and then some, with this year’s Green for Life Garden at Canada Blooms, held for the second consecutive year at the Direct Energy Centre.
Because they care
For the past three years Tim Kearney has sacrificed time and energy to lead volunteers building the LO garden at Canada Blooms.
LO volunteers create amazing garden at Canada Blooms
The following list contains the names of those volunteers about who Tim Kearney writes.
Industry focus at Blooms
Two special events on Thurs., Mar. 17, highlighted Canada’s green industry.
Professional And Workforce Development
Systems For Success
Upper Canada Chapter helps launch college’s first horticulture apprenticeship program
Fourteen registered Horticultural Technician apprentices are now attending the first-ever in-class apprenticeship training opportunity at Loyalist College in Belleville.
Growers brainstorm a path to prosperity
A group of 60 LO growers attended a think tank at the Milton office in January to investigate ways to improve the sector’s prosperity.
In memoriam - Agnes Rickli
Co-owner of New Style Gardening Limited in Hamilton, Agnes Rickli, passed away peacefully surrounded by family on Wed., Mar. 2.
Members deal with tough issue of increasing gas prices
Gasoline prices at the pump are expected to continue to rise, but by how much is the tough question.
University of Guelph researching green roof plants
The University of Guelph has announced the creation of a new research program.