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02-05-21 | Feature

ASLA Granite State Chapter

2020 State Association Report
by Susan Bartley, TFMoran

ASLA Granite State Chapter members Anne Cruess, Bill Hoofman, and Susan Meyer at the award ceremony.
Anne Cruess with Chapter trustee, Randy Knowles.

Congratulations to Anne Cruess, PLA, ASLA, TFMoran's former Chief Landscape Architect and principal, who was honored at the Granite State Landscape Architects (GSLA) Annual Dinner on November 7, 2019 at the Concord Country Club. Randy Knowles, president of GSLA, presented Anne with an award recognizing her contribution to the profession of landscape architecture in the State of New Hampshire and her dedicated service to ASLA.

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In his presentation to the members of the organization, he spoke of Anne as an individual who has spent her career mentoring emerging professionals and advocating for their profession. Her commitment as a Landscape Architect went beyond her role at TFMoran. Anne was instrumental as an active member of GSLA in the 15-year battle of convincing the House and Senate to pass a licensure bill for Professional Landscape Architects in the State of New Hampshire. A huge effort was made by many of the GSLA members, but Anne's contributions to the cause, the hours spent meeting with allied professionals, her relentless calls to our politicians in Concord, were key in the fight for licensure.

Members of TFMoran's landscape architecture department, along with Anne's family were proud be a part of this special evening in support of her extensive career and accomplishments as one of New Hampshire's first Professional Landscape Architects.

Congratulations to Anne!

As seen in LASN magazine, December 2020.

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