June 2011Previous Issues
Professional And Workforce Development
Systems For Success
London Chapter ends season with mini-trade show
Final meeting for the season took place in March in the form of a mini-trade show, featuring local suppliers to the trade.
Great reasons to become certified
The question I hear most often is, “What is the value of certification?”
Wine country is site of this year’s auction
The 2011 Industry Auction presented by Landscape Ontario’s Growers Group is being held July 14 at Blue Sky Nursery in Beamsville, Ont.
Niagara school and OPA mark 75th
Back in 1936, the wisdom of The Niagara Parks Commission to create its own School of Horticulture has resulted in award-winning dividends.
In Memoriam — Sibylla Dorothea Peters
Co-founder of Humber Nurseries passed away on May 12 at the age of 92.
More changes coming to national plastic recycling program
In just its second year, some significant changes are coming to Canada’s national program to recycle horticultural plastic.
Group buying sites leave members hot and cold
Group buying sites such as Groupon and WagJag are gaining popularity across the country.
Cold, wet spring hit all sectors
Extreme weather conditions in April and May, with near-record rainfall and low temperatures affected all sectors.
Expo to feature newest digital marketing tool
Expo 2011 is looking to help the green industry embrace the new digital marketing medium known as Quick Response, or QR.
Letter To The Editor
Members In The News
Living wall in Cape Breton
Nedlaw Living Walls has been awarded the contract for development and installation of one of its patented living wall systems at Cape Breton University in Sydney, N.S.
Supplier featured in Toronto Star
Environmental Factor owner Lorelei Hepburn of Oshawa was the focus of a feature story on the Apr. 30.