Guelph students present ideas for pit rehabilitation

Recently University of Guelph landscape architecture students presented design concepts for rehabilitation of  Puslinch quarries. Concepts included wind-turbines to power local industry, resorts, cottages, golf courses, recreational facilities, lakes, wetlands, and trails. The concepts showed numerous uses and activities to enable the park to be used year-round.

GuelphMercury.com cited Puslinch Councillor Don McKay

…….saying he favours those that offer the most community use. Dual use ideas that combine environmental conservation with practical uses like resorts were also intriguing.……
The university’s landscape architecture students have demonstrated they have a lot to offer the region and should be asked to contribute to future rural designs, McKay said.

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