It was oh so exciting to learn that KW Habilitation was the non profit winner as part of the 2nd Annual Pond and Garden Tour, Waterloo Region.
Each year one non profit is selected to win a Waterfall Feature and Garden, as part of the charitable element of the tour.
The build took place right after Thanksgiving, when blessings of blessings, we had gorgeous temperatures to work in. There were an incredible number of people who made this happen, and that follows. But first, is the photo journey of the build.
Day One was the installation of the waterfall feature, and the second day was dedicated to the surrounding gardens.
There are so many people to thank for this project. First, the sponsors.
Grand Valley Garden Village was the sponsor of the Pond and Garden Tour that made all of this happen. They also supplied the moss rocks and the plants.
Waterfall & Design by Chuck Catton & Sasha Hunter from Aquascape Inc.
Magnificent Landscape Design by Nadia Prioreschi of Inspired Landscapes
Green Horizons, aka Compact Sod, provided the soil and mulch.
The Pond Owners who graciously opened up their backyards to us: The Perkes Family, The Erickson Family, The Pietrobon Family, The Weigel Family, The Bennett Family and The Berenz Family. Without whom this tour would not be possible.
The build volunteers put their backs and sweat into this project and include:
Terry Fielder, Steve Morrison, Denise Wamsley, Roger Rajbir, Christopher Keil, Joel Anderton, Adam Obergaard, Alexander Dinkelacker, Connie Vaulkenburg, with SPECIAL thanks to the man who made it possible with his machine: Rob Waechter.
Of course, if it weren’t for the judges panel, there would be no winner. So an extra special thank you to: