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NELDHA Award goes to Laurie Pazzano: Eleven NELDHA Members Graduate from the Landscape Institute

On June 5, 2011, NELDHA President Heidi Kost Gross awarded the NELDHA Award to historian Laurie Pazzano for her Independent Project at the Landscape Institute Graduation ceremony at the Boston Architectural College. Laurie received a certificate in Landscape History. Her final project "Peace field: 1788 – 1818: The New England Farm of John and Abigail Adams" involved original scholarly research on John and Abigail Adams' farm at Peace field in Quincy Massachusetts. Laurie was a co-author of the cultural landscape report for Peace field completed during a preservation studio at the Landscape Institute. Laurie is also the recipient of a Masters Degree from the University of Massachusetts in History. Her thesis at UMassis is on Henry the VIII's Privy Gardens at Hampton Court Palace.

Other NELDHA members graduating this June from the Landscape Institute and their projects are:

Certificates in Landscape Design:

Jean Bednor - Stitching Together a Patchwork of Habitat: A Plan for Enhanced Biodiversity and Connectivity at the Barber Reservation, Sherburn, MA

Kathleen Caldara - Design IV Studio Project Concord, Massachusetts

Ralph Clover - Design IV Studio

Joan Freitas - Connecting Nature and Nana: The Revitalization of Martin Court, Swansea, MA

Marianne Fricke -  Falmouth, MA Town Hall Planting – Revisited

Jennifer Kimball - Ballywilly Brook Forest Park: a Master Plan Carndonagh, Inishowen Co Donegal, Ireland

Carol Laboissonniere - Cedarwood Farms: Low Impact Development Strategies for Condominium Development in Kennebunk, ME

Shawn Mayers - Making Connections through Space and Time: A Master Plan for Rocky Point Park, Warwick, RI

Rose Mellino - Myles Standish State Forest, Plymouth, MA: Walking on the Edge

Certificate in Landscape Preservation:

Maureen O’Brien - Rehabilitation of the Courtyard and its Entrance at Rolling Ridge, North Andover Massachusetts, a Fletcher Steele Garden: Restoring the Welcome to  ‘A True Oasis Of Quiet Beauty And Gracious Hospitality.’

Congratulations to these fine graduates on their achievements!

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