April 15, 2017
Wave after wave of students attended the Tech and Trades Fair at the Guelph Collegiate Vocational Institute on March 9, where LO president Paul Brydges of Brydges Landscape Architecture and Design set up a booth to promote the horticulture profession to the young minds attending. Brydges discussed the design aspect of his business and many of the students were impressed to learn about the various opportunities from design to stone masonry to marketing available in the horticulture profession. Science students were interested at the mention of projects by Vineland Research and Innovation Centre.

Brydges also appears in a new video by Unilock that promotes the various career opportunities in the profession. The video can be viewed online at unilock.com/landscaping-jobs.