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Charlotte landscapers win Green Works Industry Awards

Susan Longe, of Perennial Passion GardenScaping in Vergennes, is one of dozens of professional landscape and gardening members of the non-profit Green Works Vermont Nursery and Landscape Association based in Ferrisburgh. The organization recently announced the winners of its 2012 Industry Awards. (Green Works photo)

Susan Longe, of Perennial Passion GardenScaping in Vergennes, is one of dozens of professional landscape and gardening members of the non-profit Green Works Vermont Nursery and Landscape Association based in Ferrisburgh. The organization recently announced the winners of its 2012 Industry Awards. (Green Works photo)

— Officials of the Green Works/Vermont Nursery and Landscape Association announced the winners of the organization’s 2012 Industry Award Program.

A panel of industry professionals and landscape architects met in Janaury. Projects were judged according to difficulty, proper horticultural practices, craftsmanship, and contributions to the quality of sustainability to the environment.

Winners received their awards at the recent 2013 Green Works Winter Meeting and Trade Show held at the UVM Davis Center. Award winning projects will be on display at the Vermont Flower Show, March 1-3, at the Champlain Valley Expo.

The winners of the awards are as follows:

Landshapes, Richmond, Caroline Dudek: Large Scale Residential Design, Hillside Sanctuary, Honor Award.

Jack Rossi, Jack Rossi Landscape Architecture, Woodstock, Large Scale Residential Design, Kenary Residence, Honor Award.

Ashley Robinson, Ashley Robinson, Landscape Designer, Charlotte, Small Scale Residential Design, Mt. Philo residence, Merit Award.

Distinctive Landscaping, Charlotte, Tricia King, Small Scale Residential Design, An Artful Retreat, Merit Award

Landshapes, Richmond, Marie Limoge, Commercial Design, Harpoon Brewery, Merit Award

Distinctive Landscaping, Charlotte, Sarah Stradtner, Special Projects, Burial Garden, Merit Award

Tree Works, Ltd., Montpelier, Bill deVos, Special Projects, Bounds Live Oak, Merit Award.

Green Works Vermont Nursery and Landscape Association is a non-profit, statewide organization representing Vermont’s garden centers, greenhouses, landscapers, landscape designers and architects, nurseries, arborists, plant maintenance experts, turf care and irrigation specialists, horticultural educators and researchers, and other plant professionals.

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