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Protect your community’s investment in green infrastructure with the Canadian Landscape Standard Second Edition!
Professionally designed, installed, maintained and managed green infrastructure and nature-based solutions must be part of climate change adaptation planning. The Canadian Landscape Standard defines landscape industry best practices and is a tool for land developers, Municipal Parks and Public Works staff, landscape architects, and landscape designer’s. The CLS is a valuable resource for anyone involved in the planning, construction, maintaining or managing of the landscape. Bring your questions, and learn more about how your community can use the newly launched second edition of the Canadian Landscape Standard!

Sponsored by Municipal World.

Sep 24, 2020 02:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Christene LeVatte
Christine Stenhouse LeVatte BBA CLD, CLHM, LEED Green Associate is co-owner of Highland Landscapes for Lifestyle, a family owned landscape design/build firm and turf production farm in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. Christine is Past President of the Canadian Nursery Landscape Association, Past Chair of and current CNLA National Representative on the Canadian Landscape Standard CSLA CNLA Joint Committee and is the CNLA Government Relations Co-Chair. Christine has been involved with the production of the Canadian Landscape Standard since it first launched in 2016 and continues to work towards having a copy of the Canadian Landscape Standard on the desk of every landscape professional in the country.
Leslie Cornell
Although still a small company, Cornell Design and Landscaping has expanded steadily over the years and today employs 15 people during the peak season. Leslie currently serves as the president of the Saskatchewan Nursery Landscape Association (SNLA), and has been an active member of the local Communities in Bloom board for Moose Jaw, SK from 2014 to 2018. Leslie has participated on the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship Trade Board for Landscape Horticulturist since 2009 and in 2016 she became a Red Seal Landscape Horticulturist. Her landscape construction team was featured in the infographic marketing campaign for Saskatchewan Apprenticeship program landscape horticulturist.