Windsor Chapter frontline worker garden makeover
Dan and Megan Monk, Amherstburg, Ont.
Landscape Ontario's Windsor Chapter completed a garden makeover for the Monk family in Amherstburg, Ont. on April 24, 2021. The Monk family received garden makeover when firefighter Brad and pharmacist Laura Renaud were selected as the Windsor Chapter's frontline heroes last summer, but made the generous decision to pay it forward to the Monks. In total, 10 garden makeovers are being carried out across the province as part of a Landscape Ontario initiative to give back to frontline workers during the Covid-19 pandemic.
“Thank you to Landscape Ontario and to Brad and Laura Renaud for what they did for us.”
— Dan Monk
Jay Terryberry, LOWC President, co-ordinated the days activities and acted as site supervisor. (Special thanks to his son Hal who also pitched in onsite with installation).
Jay Rivait, Lakeshore Landscaping, created the design.
Maidstone Tree Farms donated a tree and industry discount pricing on other plant material.
Aquascape Inc. donated the entire water feature kit.
Quality Turf Group supplied all the soil, mulch and staff helped with the installation.
North 42 Landscaping delivered the sod, donated a tree and staff helped with the installation.
SiteOne Landscape Supply donated poly edging.
L&M Sod Farms Ltd provided the sod and donated fertilizer.
Daniher Topsoil provided decorative stone topdress.
Lakeshore Landscaping donated its design services.
MORE ABOUT THE WINNERS
Read more about this amazing project in an article from the Windsor Star.