It's Go Time! WCTA Conference Registration Now Open

Oh, it's good to be back!  Delegate registration for our 59th Annual Conference and Trade Show, taking place Feb 16-18 at the Penticton Lakeside Resort, is now open!!  READ MORE


Flooding Adds to Already Challenging Year for Weather

By Jerry Rousseau On November 15, 2021, the fifth consecutive ‘atmospheric river’ experienced on the southwest coast of British Columbia was more than the terrain could handle resulting in massive flooding and mudslides in several areas from highway 99 near Pemberton, where 4 people were killed when their vehicle was suddenly swept off the road, to Abbotsford and the former Sumas Lake reasserting itself, to Merritt and Princeton where both towns found themselves underwater with little notice and even the WCTA’s home base of Hope, BC where 1200+ people got stranded after all routes were severed by landslides and washouts.  READ MORE

Trade Show 33% Sold After First Day of Registration - Currently 50% Sold Out

59th Annual WCTA Conference and Trade ShowFebruary 16-18, 2022, Penticton Lakeside ResortPenticton I British Columbia I Canada  November 2, 2021 (updated Nov 10) Pace was brisk for the 59th Annual Western Canada Turfgrass Association Conference and Trade Show trade show registration opening on October 29th.  READ MORE

Our Hotel Partner - Penticton Lakeside Resort

Catering to professional golf and sportsturf managers and the turf management industry, the Western Canada Turfgrass Association Board of Directors is pleased to announce our 59th Annual Conference and Trade Show will take place live and in-person, all under one roof at the Penticton Lakeside Resort in Penticton, British Columbia, February 16-18, 2022.  READ MORE

Message from the President - Fall 2021

I hope that this message finds everyone healthy and staying safe.  It has been a bit of a rollercoaster ride depending upon where you are in the Province!  READ MORE

WOW 2.0 Episode #2 in History Books

With few options for providing education opportunities over the past 15 months or so, the WCTA created our first ever, online webinar series or WOW for short.  READ MORE

Down a Director

On behalf of the entire WCTA membership, the Board wishes to thank Jesse Cowan for his service to the turf management industry.  READ MORE

Japanese Beetle has Moved Underground – Now what?

via BCLNAWednesday, November 17, 2021  READ MORE

NTA Donates More than $58,000 Toward Research

Despite not being able to conduct its annual conference in 2020, the Northwest Turfgrass Association will still donate more than $58,000 to turfgrass research and education in 2021.  READ MORE