Become an IVMA-Man/Sask
| Calendar of Events|
|| 2016 Conference
December 5/6 2016
1818 Victoria Avenue
IVMA MAN/SASK is a professional organization, established in 1990, which promotes environmentally sound vegetation management across Manitoba and Saskatchewan for the benefit of everyone. IVMA MAN/SASK is a non-profit organization supported by membership dues and donations. Our membership includes representatives from every sector of Manitoba and Saskatchewan’s vegetation management industries.
We encourage you to visit our website and if you are interested in becoming a member, please click the membership link in the side bar. By becoming a member you are able to gain access to additional privileged information through our Member Section page as well as utilize our other services.
IVMA MAN/SASK BURSARY
IVMA MAN/SASK has established two $500 bursaries to recognize the scholastic achievement of dependants of IVMA MAN/SASK members and to encourage them to continue their studies at an approved university or college.
The 2013 recipients were: Ashley Ammeter of Starbuck and Catlin Tingey of Pierson.
Congratulations Ashley and Catlin and best of luck with your studies!
Details relating to the 2014 bursary application will be made available in the spring to members.
What is IVMA-MAN/SASK?
(Integrated Vegetation Management Association - Manitoba/Saskatchewan
Inc.) is an organization which promotes environmentally sound vegetation
IVMA-MAN/ SASK is a non-profit organization financed by memberships,
seminars and tours.
IVMA-MAN/ SASK was incorporated federally on January 8,1990.
is an associate member of the Urban Pest
Management Council of Canada.
IVMA-Man/Sask membership includes representatives from a broad base
of industry and government agencies including: highways, agriculture,
conservation, weed inspectors, lawn and landscape contractors,
vegetation management contractors, pipeline companies, electrical
utilities, railways, chemical and equipment manufacturers and municipal
To promote the importance of employing proper vegetation management
To inform members of new technology, new legislation and public
concerns through seminars, training courses and other
To develop and promote a favourable public image for vegetation