Don Ganje (BLA '73) Granted Fellow Status by ASLA

Ganje.jpgDon Ganje (BLA '73) was elevated to the status of Fellow by the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) during their 2012 Annual Meeting and Expo. His 38-year career with Saint Paul Parks and Recreation includes work on Como and Mears Parks, Raspberry Island and the Bruce Vento Nature Sanctuary. Most recently he worked on the Great River Passage, an extensive master plan for unifying St. Paul's riverfront.

A statement from ASLA describes Ganje as someone with an eye, "for the smallest site detail and mastery of vast public open spaces, he has the ability to make places where people feel welcome and that comfort, excite, and encourage them to interact. He further infuses his colleagues with a passion for the highest levels of design excellence."

Ganje was granted Fellowship from the ASLA for his impeccable work on Saint Paul's most beloved outdoor spaces. This is among the highest honors the ASLA bestows, based on an individual's works, leadership and management, knowledge, and service.

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