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Climate change likely to push ash borer northward

The emerald ash borer is likely to migrate further north than originally expected, a study from the University of Waterloo suggests. With fewer days of extreme cold associated with climate change, the insect can survive in more northern regions.

Landscaping firm develops strategy to attract bees

Restorative Landscapes, a Toronto-area landscaping firm that specializes in permaculture, is designing bee-friendly environments to help populations of the insect thrive. Pollinator and eco-friendly flowers and greenery are replacing cement planters and hanging baskets in the city's retail area.

‘Green Line’ park project getting positive feedback

A proposed linear park system in Toronto has captured the imagination of local residents. The Green Line is to stretch from Lansdowne and Davenport to where Spadina Avenue runs under the CN Rail line at Dupont. About 100 people attended a recent information meeting to learn more about the project.

Synthetic turf enhancing company refreshes portfolio

Americhem, a designer and manufacturer of custom colour masterbatch, functional additives, engineered compounds and performance technologies, now offers a wider breadth of customized solutions to meet the needs of its customers.
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Equipment technician leaves his mark

The future of Canada’s professional turf and grounds maintenance industry is in good hands. From coast to coast, several bright, young superstars have been making a difference in the industry, paving the way for the next wave of up-and-coming professionals. This week, we profile the first (in alphabetical order) of our Top 10 Under 40 roster of selected recipients: Wade Borthwick. » Read More

21st annual Snow & Ice Conference

June 26-29, 2018
Location: Cleveland, Ohio
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