Dutch elm disease claims four Fredericton trees in historic area
City staff will remove three diseased elm trees from the Garrison District and one at the Centennial Building.
July 30, 2018 – Four mature elm trees afflicted with Dutch elm disease in Fredericton, N.B. will be cut and removed, even though three of them are located in the city's historic Garrison District. The city doesn't usually announce its tree-removal plans, but the fate of downtown trees has become an issue since is was announced 19 trees would be cut down at Officers' Square.
Meat-eating hornets force closure of ball diamondsAug. 3, 2018 – A meat-eating, predatory hornet capable of…
Meet Canada’s new sports turf manager of the yearCanada’s sports turf manager of the year was caught off…
Half of young golfers plan to smoke dope on course: surveySept. 18, 2018 – About one in seven golfers in…
Couple's bee-friendly boulevard not city-friendlyAug. 13, 2018 – A Kitchener, Ont. couple who have…
Hort East Trade Show & Conference
Landscape Ontario Congress