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Eden Prairie, Minn.-based Westwood Professional Services Inc., a design firm for the renewable energy field, recently hired two cultural resource specialists - Ryan Grohnke and Annie Anderson - to assist with the growing archaeological needs of wind energy projects.

Grohnke's experience includes large-scale, phase-one surveys for proposed wind farm projects. Anderson is a knowledgeable field archaeologist, lab analyst and excavation crew member. She previously worked for the Mississippi Valley Archaeology Center in Wisconsin.

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