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The CNLA Certification Committee has aligned industry certification programs with national standards to give them more credibility both within and outside of our industry.
Stay on the pulse of the latest trends in horticulture research. Read up on the latest research reports based on the priorities set out by industry.
CNLA takes a great deal of pride in offering some of the best industry rates available to the membership. This translates into real, bottom-line, savings.
There are many options for training available through your provincial association, but there are also other ways to effectively train your staff.
The tour will take place from October 19-25, 2013. Pricing for CNLA members is 2,900 euro (per person, double occupancy).
CNLA representatives will be heading to Germany this May for the European Urban Green Congress to discuss strategies for the green city of the future, hosted by the European Landscape Contractors Association (ELCA).
The NAPPRA round two list is a proposed list only at this time, and USDA is accepting comments until July 5th. To assist industry in this process, CFIA has created an excel document that combines the proposed hosts of quarantine pest and plants as quarantine pest lists.
The CFIA has consulted with affected provinces and municipalities on the different options and has taken the decision to expand and consolidate the regulated areas to include high risk corridors that represent more accurately the expected distribution of the pest.
A number of recent high profile media releases has led the federal government to announce reforms to the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP).
Public gardens in communities across the country will be in the spotlight during Canada’s inaugural Garden Day on June 14, 2013 – the Friday before Father’s Day.
Canada’s Garden Day is an annual celebration of public gardens and green spaces that takes place on the Friday before Father’s Day. Canada’s inaugural Garden Day will be held June 14, 2013.
With an early gardening season across Canada, gardeners will soon have more options when it comes to responsibly disposing of their garden pots and trays. Over 26 Canadian Nursery Landscape Association (CNLA) members have eagerly pledged their support to the 2013 cause, from 6 different provinces.