Vision, Mission and Core Values

Our Vision

Vineland is recognized as Canada’s leader in horticulture research and innovation

Our Mission

Improve the economic viability, sustainability and competitiveness of horticulture in Canada.

Our Core Values

Collaborative approach
Entrepreneurial spirit
Excellence
Impact-driven
Integrity
Openness

The following information is sourced from Vineland’s 2019-2020 Innovation Report

Commercialization

11

Vineland-developed technologies with patents issued/filed

22

Plant varieties protected by PBR and/or U.S. plant patents

7

Trademark applications filed

40

Technologies commercialized

85

Percent of Vineland’s protected IP is out-licensed and/or under further collaborative R&D with business partner

Revenue 2018-2019
Annual budget $12.6 million

22%

Competitive Grants

10%

Industry

2%

Commercialization

6%

Leasing & Miscellaneous

7%

Site Management Contract

4%

Vineland Investment

49%

Growing Forward 2/ Canadian Agricultural Partnership

Job creation, education and training

85

Full-time staff

48

Highly qualified positions

3

PhD students graduated, 3 more underway

8

MSc students graduated, 5 more underway

5

Co-op students hosted each year

Research capacity and performance

15

Research scientists

235,218

Research revenue generated per researcher

11,046

Royalties generated per researcher

82

Grant application success rate

53

Peer-reviewed publications of Vineland’s research have been cited 536 times

Canadian Agricultural Partnerhsip
Ontario
Canada