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The Saskatchewan Nursery Landscape Association represents members in the Saskatchewan horticultural industry.  We represent landscapers, nurseries, garden centres and many more. We give the individual business a louder voice and representation provincially and nationally. SNLA members are proud members of the Canadian Nursery Landscape Association (CNLA), which represents more than 3400 businesses nationwide. SNLA helps members maintain and improve their business through educational and networking events, which help not only the individual company but also raise the standards and quality of work performed by members in the province.

Our Vision

Our vision is that the landscape and nursery industry of Saskatchewan be an example of professionalism and integrity, a leader in environmental improvement, and recognized as a provider of quality goods and services to our communities.

Our Mission

Our mission is to be an effective organization that will promote our vision by providing our members with opportunities to improve their practices and by addressing their issues and needs to the benefit of the industry through our own efforts and by working with other associations, both provincial and national.


Code of Contact


Members of the Saskatchewan Nursery Landscape Association are expected to observe the code in spirit as well as in letter. The code outlines the most important standards of ethical and professional conduct by which members are expected to abide at all times in their day-to-day activities. It is by maintaining this code that we can strive to achieve our vision. 
  • Members shall act fairly, honestly and in a manner they would be prepared to defend publicly in all aspects of the practice of ornamental horticulture.
  • Members shall endeavour to serve clients with integrity, knowledge, and creative ability.
  • Members shall provide only the highest level of professional services to clients and others in the industry.
  • Members have a responsibility to provide constructive professional criticism when necessary to ensure the continued quality of goods and services.
  • Members shall not make a false or malicious statement that may injure the professional reputation of another member.
  • Members should work to maintain confidence and trust in the profession of ornamental horticulture.
  • Members' advertising shall be neither false nor in any way misleading.
  • Members have an obligation to render goods and services in an efficient and cost-effective manner in order to protect the client's interest while maintaining acceptable standards.
  • Members have an ongoing responsibility to improve their own professional knowledge and skills and keep abreast of new developments in their industry.
  • Members shall encourage education and research within the horticultural field.
  • Members shall endeavour to attract to the profession, individuals with a high degree of honesty, courtesy, integrity, and competence.
  • Members have a responsibility to pay their suppliers.
  • Members will perform work or supply goods according to industry standards such as the Canadian Standards for Nursery Stock and/or specifications written in the contract.
  • Members shall comply with all federal, provincial and municipal laws governing the operation of a business.
  • Members shall continually strive toward the betterment of the environment through their dedication to the profession of horticulture.

Contact Information

Send us an E-mail! Rebecca Doutre (Manager of Provincial Relations, CNLA/SNLA Staff) - rebecca@canadanursery.com or call 1-866-383-4711 

Mailing Address: c/o Landscape Alberta Nursery Trades Association #200, 10331 - 178 Street Edmonton, AB T5S 1R5

If you are a professional landscape company and wish to join SNLA, visit our trade only site


HortTrades.com