Must-Attend Landscaping Events This Winter
Don’t let the cold weather get you down — there are some excellent landscaping events coming up! Here is the NSGA’s list of must-attend events this winter:
Landscape Ontario Congress
Toronto Congress Centre
January 8-10, 2019
Landscape Ontario’s annual event is considered one of Canada’s foremost green industry shows and conferences. Offering over 600 international exhibitors, more than eight acres of show floor, and 13,000+ attendees, this is top-rated event. This event features nearly 50 speakers and a rich conference program to share knowledge and build your network.
Ontario Golf Superintendents Association OGCM Conference
Blue Mountain Village and Conference Centre
January 15-17, 2019
Featuring a wealth of information seminars with industry experts, networking sessions, and fun celebrations, this valuable event provides timely information about the needs, challenges, and trends in the industry. This annual event is a great opportunity for members to interact and stay abreast of the latest changes and innovations in the management and landscaping of golf courses.
Turfgrass Producers International (TPI) Education Conference
The Westin Charlotte
Feb 18-20, 2019
TPI prides itself on serving the natural turfgrass needs of homeowners and commercial properties, golf courses, sports fields, equestrian parks, and recreation facilities worldwide for over 50 years. Their annual Education Conference is the world’s top turfgrass producer conference. Featuring over 60 booths and renowned keynote speakers, this is a must-attend event to promote services and products to an international audience of attendees.
Ontario Turfgrass Symposium (OTS)
University of Guelph
Feb 20 & 21, 2019
Designed for turfgrass professionals — in partnership with Sports Turf Canada, Ontario Recreation Facilities Association, NSGA, Professional Lawn Care Association of Ontario, and the Ontario Turfgrass Research Foundation, the annual OTS is hosted by the Guelph Turfgrass Institute at the University of Guelph, an international leader in the turf sciences. Featuring a wide range of information sessions with experts in golf, lawn care, sport turf, and nursery sod, the symposium offers both CGSA and GCSAA education credits.
March 9-18, 2019
Canada Blooms is the nation’s largest flower and garden event of its kind with over 200,000 visitors attending. This annual event describes itself as a world-class festival that connects people to the joys and benefits of nature through experiences with gardens and flowers, by promoting, educating, inspiring, and celebrating all aspects of horticulture.
Featuring stunning creative gardens and over 100 hours of seminars and demonstrations by industry experts, this event is not to be missed.