Meet Tim Wood, Owner of Aquatic Edge
Tim has been involved with various forms of landscape and natural resource management for well over a decade. He graduated in 2000 from Hocking College with a degree in Fisheries and Wildlife Management, Tim has always had a love for the outdoors, and bringing people together with nature is something that he is especially passionate about.
“After college, I was employed by the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries for about 5 years, where I spent considerable time performing fisheries population sampling, creel surveys, public educational programs and much more. It was the most fun I had ever had in my life to that point.”
Now a resident of the Greensburg (Greater Pittsburgh) area, Pennsylvania with his wife and two young children, Tim strives to offer his clients a customized plan to get the full potential out of their property.
On-site consultations, where we discuss all phases of a project.
Lake Fountain display event held in Greensburg, PA.
2016 Top Frog Award recipient from Aquascape Inc. Aquatic Edge ranked #63 worldwide among Certified Aquascape Contractors and Retailers.
Meet Dana Rizzo, Lake Management Specialist for Aquatic Edge
Dana has been involved in water resources work
including pond & lake management for close to 20 years. She has authored and co-authored numerous publications about pond & lake management including "A Field Guide to Common Aquatic Plants of Pennsylvania" which earned an award from the North American Lake Management Society. Prior to working with Aquatic Edge Consulting, Dana worked for SWCA Environmental Consulting, the University of Arizona and Penn State University in many areas of water quality and resource management, conservation, and education. Dana earned her Master of Science degree in Environmental Resource Management in 2000 from Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania.
Tim Wood (Aquatic Edge, Owner) with wife Sandy,
son Sam, daughter Charlee, and dogs Molly & Jessa
Partnership with local grade school. Aquatic Edge helps to teach the students how to care for their campus pond.