Program offers hort skills to female offenders
June 29, 2018 – Dalhousie University's faculty of agriculture and the Correctional Service of Canada have teamed up to offer a horticulture skills training program that teaches female offenders vocational and technical skills to use in transition to employment post-release. The program has grown significantly since it began in 1995.
Settlement reached in lawn mower class action suitJan. 22, 2019 – A class action suit launched in…
CFL to meet with turf manufacturers after ice bowlNov. 27, 2018 – Criticism of the icy field conditions…
Superior Court adds new drama to Glen Abbey sagaDec. 18, 2018 – A decision rendered by Justice Morgan…
Grass not a foe, but an ally of the environmentA three-year research program aimed at improving turfgrass in residential…
Canadian Golf Course Management Conference
March 4-7, 2019