Landscape horticulture students from all over Ontario showed off their tremendous talents at the Skills Ontario Technological Competition this week in Waterloo, Ontario Canada. Several teams from high schools and colleges in Ontario competed in landscape design and construction projects.
DynaScape was on hand as both Joe Salemi and Mike Tripp are heavily involved in the committee and organization of the landscape design competition.
While the Skills Ontario Technological Competition focuses on all trades, we highlight the young people that have taken a passionate interest in the landscape industry and all that it offers. We’re extremely proud of all of the students that committed their time and energy to compete in the landscape construction and design competitions. They are our future industry professionals, and the future looks very bright!
About Skills Ontario
Skills Ontario is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting the skilled trades and technologies. Since 1989, they have accomplished this through a number of initiatives, including Young Women’s Initiatives, our Aboriginal Initiatives, In-School Presentations, our Skills Work!® Summer Camp Programs, Cardboard Boat Races and Video Challenges, and Ontario Technological Skills Competition: Canada’s largest skilled trades and technology competition. They also offer a number of resources for Ontario’s youth to find, and develop, their passion for the skilled trades and technologies.