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Ontario golf course will reimburse cost of gas for golfers who wish to play there

Muskoka Highlands is willing to cover the cost of gasoline for golfers willing to make the drive to play the course.

Green Municipalities in-person field day event slated for Guelph Turfgrass Institute Aug. 12

The Green Municipalities field day event will feature five different sessions to highlight new cultivars, technologies and management practices to help municipalities and turf managers adapt to the realities of climate change.

Supreme Court of Canada dismisses Ottawa’s appeal over Kanata Golf Club ruling

No explanation was given by the court for not hearing the appeal. Ontario’s top court reversed a lower court ruling in November that would have banned ClubLink from building on the site.

Naturalized yards better for environment than monocultures, says environmental group executive

The executive director of the York Region Environmental Alliance suggests homeowners should consider abandoning “cookie cutter” lawns that are “vast” and “useless” and allow their yards to become naturalized as a haven for birds, bees and butterflies.
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CNLA celebrates 100th anniversary with awards ceremony in Ottawa

On Aug. 10, the CNLA showcases the best of the best projects at its annual national awards ceremony, recognizing winners in five categories. » Read more...
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