Glynis Logue’s work has been recognized for its unique ability to offer wayfinding, healing and critical conversations around the future of land.  Her practice brings over 25 years of experience in design/build projects with specialization in biological science, ecological art and community engagement. She has co-founded and led various non-profit organizations during her career and managed numerous projects with budgets over $200,000.




YMCA Woman of Distinction, Public Service Nominee (2009, 2010)
Mayor’s Award of Excellence, City of Guelph Award of Excellence (2008)
Urban Leadership Award, Canadian Urban Institute (2005)
Hometown Hero Award (Inaugural Recipient), Earth Day Canada (2004)
Certificate of Appreciation, Fish and Wildlife Habitat Restoration Project (1999, 2000)
Merit for Service to the Environment, Ontario Association of Landscape Architects (1996)
Chanasyk Medal for Professionalism, University of Guelph (1996)


Logue G. D. 2015. The River – Artist Review in Land\Slide Possible Futures Exhibition Catalogue, Ltd Edition
Logue G.D. 2014. Projects of Excellence – ‘The River’ by Glynis Logue. Landscapes/Paysages: Excellence 2014 (summer 2014)
Logue G.D. 2014. Gardening Our Way Out of Anxiety. Landscapes/Paysages: Healing (spring 2014)
Logue G.D. 2014. The Road to Healing. Landscapes/Paysages: Healing (spring 2014 – in print)
Logue G.D 2012. Gardens designed by Glynis Logue. Ground Magazine: Landscape Architect Quarterly (Summer 2012 – Health)
Logue G.D. and H. Kepran (eds). 2003. City of Guelph State of Sustainability Report. 2nd Edition. Green Plan Steering Committee, March 2003
Logue, G.D. 2001. West harbour waterfront trail – ecological vision to community celebration. Landscapes/Paysages 3: 24-28


Guest Speaker, Grey to Green Conference, Toronto (2014)<
Guest Speaker, Neighbourhood Summit, Evergreen Brickworks (2013)
Mayor’s Task Force on Community Energy, Guelph (Member 2010-2013)
Host and Speaker, Green Impact Guelph (GIG) Actions Workshop, Guelph (2008)
Guest Speaker, LaBash Landscape Architecture Conference, Guelph (2008)
City of Guelph Natural Heritage Strategy, Guelph (Technical Committee member 2004-2008)
Green Plan Steering Committee, Guelph (Chair 2003/2004, Co-Chair 2001/2002)
Guest Speaker, Canadian Horticultural Therapy Association Conference, Guelph (2005)
State of Sustainability Report, 2nd Edition, Guelph (Chair 2000-2003)
Implementation Committee – Torrance Creek Subwatershed, Guelph (Member 2000-2002)
Guest Professional, Windermere Basin Brownfield Restoration Workshop, Hamilton (2001)


Master of Landscape Architecture, University of Guelph (2000)
Faculty of Environmental Design and Rural Development, School of Landscape Architecture
Landscape Interventions, Ecological Restoration and Sustainable Living
Bachelor of Science, University of Alberta (1991)
Biological Science/Ecology · Psychology