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CIT – Certified Irrigation Technician

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Irrigation is an important part of grounds maintenance. Responsible water management is an important part of sound environmental practices. The CIT program provides competency in irrigation design, installation and maintenance and Willand is proud to be part of this certification program.

SIMA – Certified Snow Professional

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A Certified Snow Professional (CSP) is an individual who has gone above and beyond the call of the snow and ice removal professional. CSP’s have taken and passed SIMA’s rigorous CSP test to become the only certified contractors in snow and ice management in North America.


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Our employees are trained on every piece of equipment they use on our customers’ properties. Landscape Safety training teaches and tests our employees on correct operating techniques and hazard awareness.

Canadian Nursery Landscape Association

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The Canadian Nursery Landscape Association is a national not-for-profit federation of nine provincial landscape and horticulture associations representing over 3,800 members in the landscape, retail garden centre, and nursery sectors. It promotes professionalism and ethics in our industry.

Landscape Ontario

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With more than 2,000 professional members, Landscape Ontario is the province’s premier horticultural trades association. Their mission is to be the leader in representing, promoting and fostering a favourable climate for the advancement of the horticulture industry in Ontario.

SCA – Society of Commercial Arboriculture

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The society provides educational opportunities to individual improving their practice of commercial and residential arboriculture. It supports scientific investigation of problems concerned with commercial arboriculture while addressing commercial arboriculture issues.