CNLA – Canadian Nursery Landscape Association: Industry Research and Reports #jrs #pharma

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Stay on the pulse of the latest trends in horticulture research.

CNLA’s Research Partners

Vineland Research and Innovation Centre (VRIC) is a world-class research centre dedicated to horticultural science and innovation. They are an independent, not-for-profit organization, funded in part by Growing Forward, a federal-provincial-territorial initiative.

Canadian Ornamental Horticulture Alliance (COHA) is the national organization representing flower, nursery, garden centres and landscape stakeholders.

Canadian Ornamental Horticulture Alliance Research and Innovation Cluster was founded by COHA and VRIC to produce research that will increase the profitability and competitiveness of the ornamental horticulture industry by targeting new market opportunities, addressing production challenges and utilizing innovation and technology to develop a more robust end product.

This webinar goes through a series of presentations providing updates on the COHA Science Cluster Two Research Projects.

Lots of exciting things happening at the Vineland Research and Innovation Centre. Check out their 2015 report.

Significant trends are at work shaping the future of the ornamental horticulture industry and affecting businesses that grow and retail plants, and sell related products and services. With nearly three decades of relevant experience in the Canadian ornamental horticulture market, MARCON+ZRB examines these trends and reports on what they mean to you and your business.

A new hardy Canadian rose developed in partnership with the Never Alone Foundation to raise funds for the foundation and CNLA’s heritage fund.

The Canadian Ornamental Horticulture Alliance and Vineland Research and Innovation Centre, along with their partners, have set out the research and innovation strategy for the ornamental horticulture indsutry.

The Canadian Ornamental Horticulture Research and Innovation Cluster has supported three years of dedicated research by collaborators across Canada. Research results are now available. Please join us on December 5th to learn the latest industry-ready results from the program.

Follow this link for a press release from Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada announcing an investment to COHA to increase innovation and boost profits for horticultural growers. This investment will help the nursery sector define its research projects with Vineland and other nursery landscape research facilities.

Included are the English and French translations of the annual report notes from the Canadian Ornamental Horticulture Research and Innovation Cluster.

Read up on some hot topics in the world of horticulture research with the Innovation Reports. provided by Vineland Research and Innovation Centre.

In 2010, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada awarded funding to support a Canadian Ornamental Horticulture Research and Innovation Cluster.

Statistical Overview of Canadian Horticulture 2009-2010 prepared by the Market Analysis and Information Section of Agriculture and Agri-food Canada, directed by Ron Gerold.

A national study by the Canadian Ornamental Horticulture Alliance on the impact of ornamental horticulture on Canada s economy shows how the ornamental horticulture sector contributes $14.6 billion annually.

Landscape Industry Certified

Learn more about becoming a Landscape Industry Certified professional. Find test dates, study materials, and more. Follow us on Twitter!

There are plenty of career opportunities in the field of horticulture. The Landscape industry has worked closely with the Ministries of Training, Colleges and Universities (MTCU), to provide education at the high school, college and university levels that give individuals the skills they need for a successful career in the industry.

Recognizing Canadian companies that raise the level of professionalism in the landscape industry. 2016 awards ceremony to be held in Kelowna, BC this August.

Canada s coast to coast, three-day celebration of National Garden Day which is held annually on the Friday before Father s Day.

A day set-aside to celebrate Canada’s greatest natural resource. Happens the Wednesday of National Forest Week in September.

Canadian Standards for Nursery Stock

Minimum standards for the nursery industry, for use by students, educators and professionals.

Canadian Nursery Certification Institute

An independent industry body with a mandate to administer nursery certification programs in Canada.

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