Greening the Canadian Landscape

The establishment and survival of plants to improve resource efficiency, beautify the Canadian landscape and increase the profitability and competitiveness of the Canadian nursery landscape sector are key goals of this research program. Current research focuses on soil remediation strategies to increase tree growth rates, nutrient management and validation of species selection on remediated sites. The program works with a number of partners across Canada to test and improve tree establishment in challenging locations.

Visit Vineland's new website which offers a soil remediation calculator and tree species selector. By considering key factors including soil quality, and selecting proper tree species, healthier trees can be grown for more resilient and greener landscapes.

Funding Partners & Collaborators

Agricultural Adaptation Council
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
Alberta Newsprint Company
Alberta Transportation
Canadian Agricultural Partnership
Canadian Nursery Landscape Association
Canadian Ornamental Horticulture Alliance
City of Airdrie
City of Calgary
Connon Nurseries
Duffering Lawn Life
Fafard et Frères
Government of Alberta
Government of Canada
Greenhorizons Sod Farms
Highway of Heroes Living Tribute Project
Invasive Species Centre
JC Bakker & Sons Wholesale Nurseries
Landscape Alberta
Landscape Ontario
Lower Trent Conservation
Ontario Ministry of Transportation
Pieper Nurseries
Premier Tech
Sheridan Nurseries
Terratec Environmental
The City of Edmonton
The Miller Group
Town of Ajax
Uxbridge Nurseries
Verbinnen's Nursery
Veterans Memorial Parkway Community Program
Walker Industries
Willowbrook Nurseries
Young Sod Farms