University using aesthetic bioswales to filter stormwater runoff
Sept. 7, 2018 – Bioswales are being used at the University of Lethbridge to help filter stormwater runoff. Although the turfgrass and shrub gardens provide aesthetic value, they keep pollutants out of the river, while also slowing down the flow of water to prevent downstream flooding.
Meat-eating hornets force closure of ball diamondsAug. 3, 2018 – A meat-eating, predatory hornet capable of…
Sod vandal posts his handiwork on social mediaJuly 19, 2018 – A man who vandalized a newly-sodded…
Beaconsfield passes leaf blower ban for 2019July 10, 2018 – Starting in 2019, the use of…
Meet Canada’s new sports turf manager of the yearCanada’s sports turf manager of the year was caught off…
Sports Turf Canada Ontario Field Day
September 20, 2018