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Councillor has reservations about money allocated to upgrade two city parks

The cost of upgrading two of Charlottetown’s neighbourhood parks is not sitting well with one municipal councillor.

Summer weather in Ontario provided perfect conditions for chinch bugs

Maintaining a health lawn this year in Ontario has been a challenge as the hot, dry summer provided the perfect conditions for chinch bugs.

Village’s sidewalk plan could put trio of century-old maple trees in jeopardy

The Village of Alma, N.B.’s sidewalk infrastructure plan has placed a trio of century-old maple trees in jeopardy.

CTRF opens door for golfers to contribute towards turfgrass research in Canada

For the first time in Canada, golfers can contribute to the efforts of the Canadian Turfgrass Research Foundation to help improve the turf quality, safety and environmental sustainability of the golf courses they play as well as such other grassed recreational surfaces as sports fields, lawn bowling greens, parks and home lawns.
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Bunkers, Pits & Other Hazards: A Guide to the Design, Maintenance, and Preservation of Golf’s Essential Elements

You are holding a book about inconveniences. But, unlike those unpleasant interruptions in life when we bite into a sour strawberry or encounter a pothole that costs us an expensive new tire, the interruptions covered here lead a dual life. While they are inconvenient on the surface, they are essential to the core. They force decisions. The correct routes will bring triumph and even fame. The bad choices will bring ruin and even long-term fears. The risky paths—whether conquered or failed—intensify the experience.

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Understand, adapt to older, younger generations of staff

Today’s workforce can span as many as five generations of employees, from traditionalists born prior to 1946 to Generation Z workers born from 1995 onward. » Read More


Oct 20-22, 2021
Location: Louisville, KY
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