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Landworks average salary is $57,762, median salary is $57,762 with a salary range from $57,762 to $57,762.
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Acupuncturist/tcm Practitioner 57,762-57,762 New York, NY, 10001 2012 Landworks Acupuncturist/tcm Practitioner Salaries (1)
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  • LandWorks
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Middlebury, VT
  • LandWorks has been involved with Stowe Mountain Resort for almost a decade. The firm has provided master planning, permitting and technical design services to the Mount Mansfield Company in the preparation of the SMR 2000 Community Plan for the Future of the Mountain. LandWorks helped to orchestrate innovative community planning workshops which brought to the table over 50 environmental groups, public agencies, town and state officials, politicians and other stakeholders in creating a consensus based plan for the revitalization of Stowe Mountain Resort and the creation of a new mixed use hamlet as the base of Spruce Peak. We have