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GTI Grow-in Update - Part 1

Last Monday (August 27th) marked the first day of the grow-in at the new site of the GTI.  It goes without saying that this was a very exciting milestone for this project, the GTI team, our current donors and the various industry stakeholders and partners that make up our unique institution. The new location will introduce state of the art infrastructure and research plots to help usher in a new era of turfgrass research, service, education, and innovation in Ontario.

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CGSA and Partners Announce National Golf Day Canada

On May 3rd 2018, The CGSA put out a press release announcing that May 29th will be henceforth known as "National Golf Day".  In partnerhsip with Golf Canada, PGA of Canada, the National Golf Course Owners Association Canada (NGCOA), and the Canadian Society of Club Managers (CSCM), the movement will take place on Parliament Hill in Ottawa for two days (May 29th and May 30th).  Representatives from each organization will be meeting with MP's, policy makers, and Senators to raise awareness of the benefits that the game of golf brings to Canada.

DTM Students Place in top 10 at GCSAA Turf Bowl

Twelve Associate Diploma in Turfgrass Management students recently traveled to Orlando, Florida and represented the University of Guelph, Department of Plant Agriculture and Ontario Agricultural College at the annual Golf Course Superintendents Association of America (GCSAA) Turf Bowl, hosted at the annual Golf Industry Show.

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Early Bird rates for 2017 OTS extended to January 14!

If you haven't registered for the 2017 Ontario Turfgrass Symposium do not worry! The Early Bird registration rates have been extended to January 14! All of the Continuing Education Credit information for IPM, CGSA, and GCSAA can be found in the program schedule. See the registration information page to register! Don't miss out on this annual educational and networking opportunity for turfgrass professionals at the University of Guelph!

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GTI Relocation Update - A Great Fall For Construction!

In the last update, it was noted that site development had commenced with site surveying and installation of silt and tree protection fencing. With the excellent weather conditions this fall, crews are near completion of the major earthmoving operations to facilitate drainage and research plot construction. Crews will continue to work as long as possible before weather conditions deem it necessary to stop work for the winter.

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Transitions in Turf at Sports Turf Canada

News Release

For Immediate Release

November 4, 2016

For further information, contact:

Lee Huether, Executive Manager, STC
519-763-9431, info@sportsturfcanada.com

 

Transitions in Turf at Sports Turf Canada

Lee Huether, Sports Turf Canada’s Executive Manager, has announced her retirement effective the end of the year, 2016. Lee has held the chief administrative position of the association since 1997.

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