Walk like a Landscaper – Redoux Home Magazine

Redoux Home Magazine cover - March/April 2011 In Redoux Home’s currant issue, March/April 2011, landscape designer Glenn Switzer shares his thoughts on a recently completed project in Northfield.  Check out the article…. page 19 and make sure to click full screen for easy reading, enjoy!

Redoux Home is delightful home and garden lifestyle magazine originated in Northfield, Minnesota.  They describe it best on their website’s about us page, “REDOUX HOME is a local publication rooted in Minnesota. We strive to inspire and inform our readers while promoting a sense of community. We highlight local businesses, homeowners and artisans and provide our readers with useful information and tips to simplify their lives and beautify their homes. We promote a green philosophy and environmentally conscious stories and ideas. We publish two bi-monthly editions: REDOUX HOME SOUTH and REDOUX HOME TWIN CITIES.”  You can also find Redoux Home on FaceBook – they have all kinds of fun little tips and suggestions for your home and yard… like them and you’ll LIKE them..

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About Glenn!

Glenn! is the Sr. Landscape Designer at Switzer's Nursery & Landscaping, Inc. located in Northfield, Minnesota Switzer's is a National Award Winning Landscape Design/Build firm with a passion for creating Life Enhancing Living Environments. Glenn's love of art, architecture, music, travel and food fuel his creativity. The interpretation, creation and enhancement of SPACE are at the core of Glenn’s design philosophy. Understanding the relationship between the inhabitant and their environs, whether in the natural or built landscape, is paramount to finding balance in life. Elected to third term in 2010 as Mayor of the City of Dundas, Minnesota landscaper, stone waller, inn keeper, photographer, cook, gardener, alpine ski instructor, and collector of stuff... to name a few.
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