February 2014Previous Issues
Warm Congress buzz thrives amid falling temperatures
Industry professionals overcome frigid temperatures, snow and a December ice storm to attend Congress 2014.
Leadership honours highlight special awards night
Top Ontario landscaping industry professionals honoured for at annual ceremony held Jan. 7 at Congress.
Congress announces best booth winners for 2014
Vendors recognized for the time and effort gets put into making their booth special and for making Congress a better show.
Congress 2014 thanks volunteers and sponsors
Individuals and companies who supported various aspects of Congress 2014.
Ryan Heath recognized for efforts to promote and improve association
Heath joins a long list of well-known names from over 53 years of recipients who have received the Frank Ewald Junior Award.
Achievement and leadership themes of AGM
Jan. 8 meeting was once again well attended — a testament to members’ outstanding commitment and involvement.
Safety report card disappoints
Number of days lost to accidents and severity of injuries rose in 2013.
Landscape Ontario part of project investing in living green infrastructure
Vast pool of resources allows for an unprecedented collaboration between top thinkers in a number of key green infrastructure practices.
In Memoriam - Hans Peter Werder
Proud member of the Landscape Ontario Growers’ Group passed away Dec. 13, 2013.
In Memoriam - Walter Zomer
Walter Zomer passed away peacefully at his residence on Sept. 4, 2013 at the age of 70.
In Memoriam - Gwen Stupple
Green industry communication pioneer passed away peacefully at the age of 89.
Design and build perspectives at Lecture Series
This year's event to feature two highly-regarded speakers.
Chapter offers open invitation to Ski and Spa Day
All members of Landscape Ontario can enjoy this year’s Ski and Spa Day on Feb. 27.
Golden Horseshoe hosts Skate and Shinny Family Fun Day
Event to take place at Gateway Ice Centre on Feb. 17.
Ice storm may benefit trees
Ice storm provides opportunity to connect with the media, the public and government officials on important arboriculture issues.
Niagara Parks names new superintendent
Charles Hunter brings over 10 years of experience as instructor/curator at the School of Horticulture and a wealth of experience in world class floral exhibitions.
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