TLN Interview With Keith Lyall, 2013 WCTA President

12.04.24-WCTAlogo-grassonly.jpgTLN: Please start with your bio (current age, place of work & how long, how long in the business, where you live, family, etc):

Keith Lyall:  I’m 40 years old, I have been in the golf industry since 1995, but have been in landscape and residential construction since I was 13. Currently employed at Sun Peaks Golf Course where I have been the superintendent since 2005. My Wife, Bobbe and one year-old son, McLean and I live in Sun Peaks, we are both originally from Kamloops. I also have a ten year-old daughter, Ailisa who lives in Calgary.

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President’s Report – Sept/Oct 2013

13.05.21-Keith.LyallPrepared by Keith Lyall

May  2012, the Special Committee for Cosmetic Pesticides released its report including 17 recommendations, the 16th of which was directed at golf but a few more are directed at applicators and may have an effect on how we purchase and apply plant health products. One important note mentions that the public believes there is a weakness in applicator training;  MOE and Industry agreed that education and training could be improved.

Read more: President’s Report – Sept/Oct 2013

President’s Report – Jun/July 2013

13.05.21-Keith.LyallPrepared by Keith Lyall

Well, I think that was the sound of collective relief.  BC politics is a funny monster; I find myself voting to stop a person or party from getting into office and not the party I actually want to see run this province. I will admit with all the efforts put into the Special Committee on Pesticides, I am glad to see this government will get four more years. However, the battle will continue.  Our opposition groups are not going to stop lobbying government and the public and nor should we.

Read more: President’s Report – Jun/July 2013