Wing Haven’s SEED Wildlife Garden Comes to Life
As a long-time supporter of Wing Haven Garden, Edifice was pleased to play a small role in bringing Wing Haven’s SEED (Student Environmental Education & Discovery) Wildlife Garden to life through this year’s 40UP program. Our team provided project management expertise, funded the design and built SEED’s centerpiece, the Education Pavilion. The pavilion provides covered space to conduct programming and store program materials, as well as shield visitors from the intense sun or occasional rain.
Special thanks to Little Diversified Architectural Consulting and LandDesign for providing design services; the Mint Hill Historical Society for donating structural cedar posts; Quality Maintenance & Repair for carpentry; and Unit Paving for grading, foundations, and creating pathways.
About Wing Haven:
Located in the heart of Charlotte, North Carolina, Wing Haven provides a natural oasis for reflection and study of its two public gardens. Wing Haven Garden & Bird Sanctuary is rich in Southern horticulture and a habitat for birds and wildlife. The Elizabeth Lawrence House & Garden is the site of a world-renowned garden writer’s living laboratory. Together, these historic properties welcome visitors of all ages to discover and learn.