Scott leads a tour of the NCFS Rooftop Garden for the OALA

On September 26th, Scott gave a great tour of the rooftop garden at the Native Child and Family Services building at 30 College Street for about 30 members of the Ontario Association of Landscape Architects. The garden, which is in it’s fourth growing season, is a great example of the principles of biodiverse green roofs; it boasts a variety of soil types and depths, plenty of different habitats for insects and birds to nest in, as well as a bubbler to provide water for species that visit the 4th floor roof. The roof also holds a fire pit and a beautiful cor ten steel sweat lodge. The 30 College Street project was designed with LGA Architectural Partners.

Scott explains how a fireplace was approved for the roof to 30 OALA members
Scott explains how a fireplace was approved for the roof to 30 OALA members