August 2021Previous Issues
A win-win-win for winter maintenance
New Hampshire’s certification model benefits the environment, contractors and the public.
Salt collection sites around the world
From our dinner tables to medications to de-icing our roadways — salt has long contributed to civilizations across the world.
Appetite for destruction
While gypsy moths have stripped trees bare in parts of Ontario and Quebec, there are several control options available to create a line of defence for 2022.
The shift from grey to green
Canada’s Minister of Infrastructure and Communities on the new National Infrastructure Fund and the important role of horticulture and landscape professionals.
Road To Success
Celebrating a century
As associations are all about the members, CNLA is looking to its outstanding members across Canada to share their memories and memorabilia as part of our Centennial Yearbook and Anniversary Archives’ project.
GCC Summit moves to 2022
CNLA is hopeful the Garden Centres Canada Summit will take place next year at the Coast Edmonton Place Hotel in Edmonton.
New CNLA savings program
Merchant 1 Payments is a Canadian merchant service provider, which has been assisting businesses since 1999 by identifying cost savings for credit card processing.
BCLNA reinvents its trade show
The British Columbia Landscape & Nursery Association (BCLNA) has rebranded and reimagined its trade show, formerly known as CanWest Horticulture Expo.
In memoriam — Cornelia Hahn Oberlander LT
Canadian landscape architect Cornelia Hahn Oberlander passed away May 22, 2021 at her home in Vancouver, B.C. She was 99 years-old.
Nominations open for the International Grower of the Year Awards
The International Association of Horticultural Producers (AIPH) is seeking nominations for the 2022 International Grower of the Year (IGOTY) Awards.
Construction is underway on the Humboldt Urban Garden Sanctuary
More than three years ago, the community of Humboldt, Sask., was forever changed by the tragedy involving the Broncos hockey team.
Burnaby green space renovation breaks ground
Steamworks Brewing Company, Para Space Landscaping Inc., the British Columbia Nursery and Landscape Association (BCNLA) and the Green Cities Foundation are collaborating on the renovation of an under-utilized area of Burnaby, B.C.
Brandt to add more than 1,000 new employees
The Brandt Group of Companies is expanding its workforce by more than 1,000 new employees by the end of the year.
Dramm begins construction of new headquarters
Construction is now underway on Dramm Corporation’s new headquarters in Manitowoc, Wis.