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Judith S Wright
Recently I attended an event at Tyndale College and Seminary on “A Climate for Change: Paris and Beyond” with a thought provoking presentation by guest speaker Katharine Hayhoe, a Climate Scientist.
Sometimes the best way create a recreation trail is to work it firsthand. Judith along with the Director of A Rocha Hamilton and two other members of the team took to their cross country skies to mark out a recreation trail at Cedar Haven Farm.
Judith completes a Low Impact Development (LID) Technical Training – Design of Infiltration Practices course.
Judith helps the 163rd Toronto Girl Guides in Etobicoke towards gaining their Forestry badge and receives the badge herself. Judith and the girls played games, learned about trees and different kinds of forests.
Last year Judith was involved in starting a community garden on a community housing estate being established on a hill in Haiti. About to head to Haiti again Judith said "The ground is full of rocks, there is no shade and no running water. So a bit of a challenge to get things done and going”.
A major project that Judith S Wright Associates was involved in, Richmond Hill's Viva Bus Rapid Transit project, has won the Project of the Year award from the American Public Works Association. (APWA)
The stretch of the Highway 7 Viva bus rapidway in Richmond Hill has recently received top honours from the Ontario Public Works Association. York Region Rapid Transit Corporation received the Project of the Year Award in the category of transportation project valued at more than $50 million.
Judith is pleased to say that she has passed the Erosion and Sediment Control Design Course exam with flying colours....as if there was any doubt!
Some months back Judith had the opportunity to go to Haiti with 23 others to be part of a construction and medical team with Mission to Haiti Canada to help various communities near Caberet.
Fired with enthusiasm after her Erosion and Sediment Control Design course, Judith has joined The International Erosion Control Association (IECA).
This week Judith is on an Erosion and Sediment Control (ESC) Design course which is geared toward industry professionals who are responsible for input and design of ESC plans.
Judith saw an interesting report about the link between good health and green spaces - it's a fascinating read!
For the last two years Judith Wright has been involved in the development of VivaNext transportation corridor development.
Judith took part in the Celebrity Flower Arranging contest at 2012 Canada Blooms - she was delighted to receive this feedback.
Judith has begun work on an exciting new project, for a client who really connected with Judith's award winning Canada Blooms 2012 garden, created with Premier Landscaping.
Judith Wright wins 'Outstanding Use of Interior Plants' at Canada Blooms 2012. The feature garden designed by Judith and built by Premier Landscaping Ltd is currently on show at Canada Blooms in Toronto.
Judith S Wright is delighted to be creating a feature garden once more at Canada Blooms 2012. Judith and Joe from Premier Lanscaping & Design are designing and building a show garden to this year's exhibition theme 'CityCulture'.
The Butternut is a tree listed in Ontario's Endangered Species Act, 2007 - this means that if you have one on site, you must call in a Butternut Health Assessor.
Are you looking for a Landscape Architect in Manitoba? As a member of the Manitoba Association of Landscape Architects, Judith S Wright can help.
Judith S Wright with Premier Landscaping & Design won three prestigious awards at Canada Blooms 2011. Welcome to Ben's World garden was part of the 'Juno Rocks' feature garden competition.