Each year, the SALA Executive accepts applications for the SALA Academic Award from Saskatchewan students registered in an accredited or recognized Bachelor or Master of Landscape Architecture program. SALA is pleased to announce this year’s successful recipients for the SALA/LACF…
Peterborough, ON, June 12, 2019 – The Canadian Council on Invasive Species, along with several key partners are excited to launch a new National Voluntary Code of Conduct for the ornamental horticulture industry. The National Voluntary Code of Conduct supports the Canadian Council on Invasive Species’ Be Plant Wise program. The goal of the Be Plant Wise program is to support and recognize responsible leaders in the horticulture industry who adopt best practices to avoid the introduction of high-risk invasive plants to specific regions.
This annual award is provided to assist Saskatchewan students registered in an accredited or recognized bachelor or master of landscape architecture program anywhere in the world. The award amount for the 2012/2013 school year will be $1000.00 (one thousand) dollars….
Amanda Lang is our successful candidate this year (2007). She attends the University of Manitoba. SALA member and Chairperson for the Academic Awards Committee, Ingrid Thiessen, presents the SALA award to Amanda Lang.