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Granite State Landscape Architects

The Granite State Landscape Architects (GSLA) is the New Hampshire Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects. We were established in 1988 as a non-profit, professional organization primarily comprised of Landscape Architects, affiliate professionals and students dedicated to the Advancement of Landscape Architecture in New Hampshire.

 

What is Landscape Architecture?

Landscape architecture is the art of, planning, design, preservation and rehabilitation of the natural and built environments. The profession covers a wide range of practices including site planning, residential  development, corporate and commercial developments, parks and athletic fields, town or urban planning, streetscapes and public spaces, transportation corridors and facilities, garden design, hospitality and resorts, institutional development, academic campuses, therapeutic gardens, historic preservation and restoration , reclamation, conservation, and more

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AIANH - GSLA Tour The Fells
September 4, 4:30-8:45pm

Join AIANH and the Granite State Landscape Architects (GSLA) for a visit to The Fells Historic Estate & Gardens, one of New England’s finest examples of an early 20th-century summer estate. Situated on Lake Sunapee in Newbury, NH, the 22-room Colonial Revival home and surrounding 83.5 acres was founded by diplomat and statesman John Milton Hay, who was the private secretary to Abraham Lincoln. We will enjoy a guided tour of the renowned gardens, and then drive to Dexter's Inn in Sunapee for dinner and a presentation by Roger Wells FASLA on Saving the Fells: Making Volunteerism Work to Save Historic Buildings and Gardens. 2 AIA HSW LUs; LA CE's applied for. Gold Sponsor: Victor Stanley

 

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GSLA Volunteer Opportunity

GSLA is looking for volunteers who are interested in contributing written material, photos, suggestions, etc. as part of an effort to bring the GSLA website up to date.    
   
If you are interested in participating in this effort, please email us.  An Executive Board member will be in touch with to provide more details on how you can help.  Thanks!