Vineland's main campus located by Lake Ontario showcases 90 acres of land and several buildings. For a pictorial view of the campus, please visit the Vineland campus map page.
Vineland's Campus Facilities
The Province of Ontario building (Rittenhouse) accommodates a number of provincial government agencies including:
- Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs
- Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry
The Vineland Administration building houses a few different organizations including:
- Vineland Research and Innovation Centre
- University of Guelph
- Winery & Grower Alliance of Ontario
- International Cool Climate Chardonnay Celebration (i4C)
The North building accommodates two groups:
A few of Vineland's research departments are also located in the Research Services building and the potting shed.
The Foreign Affair Winery's boutique winery and retail store are situated on Vineland's campus.
The Lodge Business Centre
The Lodge was constructed in the late 1940s to accommodate staff, students and visiting researchers to the former Horticultural Experiment Station at Vineland.
In 2010, FedDev Ontario awarded a $1 million grant to renovate the Lodge which became a business development centre to help horticulture and agri-business companies bring new products to market.
Tenants in the Lodge Business Centre include:
- Bioline AgroSciences
- Flowers Canada/Pick Ontario
- Hoogendoorn Growth Management
- Lincoln Archives
- Twenty Valley Tourism Association
- Wine Council of Ontario
- Wine Marketing Association of Ontario
If you are interested in leasing space at the Lodge Business Centre, please contact Gary Moffatt, Vineland’s Chief Operating Officer at 905-562-0320 x780 or email@example.com