Meg and John often volunteer their professional expertise to help communities preserve and plan for what is meaningful to them. The following is representative of past and on-going service efforts:

2018
Meg and John are providing their technical experise and advocacy in support of Rethink 65/70 - a major community-led effort to realize the economic development opportunity of replacing aging interstate infrastructure with a next gen community asset. 

Meg | Vice President, Mass Ave Merchants Association [MAMA], Indianapolis
Meg | Chair, Cultural Landscapes Committee of Indiana Landmarks

2017
Meg | Chair, "What's Out There Weekend Indianapolis" for The Cultural Landscape Foundation, Washington, D.C.
Meg | Vice President, Mass Ave Merchants Association [MAMA], Indianapolis
Meg | Chair, Cultural Landscapes Committee of Indiana Landmarks

2015
Meg Storrow | Council of Fellows, American Society of Landscape Architects in recognition of exceptional accomplishments over a sustained period of time

2014
Meg | Claire Bennett Legacy Award
for individual achievement, service, and knowledge to the profession of landscape architecture, Indiana Chapter American Society of Landscape Architects

2011
Meg | Riley Area Community Development Corporation;  Beckman Award for vision, leadership, imagination and dedication to the Riley Area

2010
Meg and John | Chatham Arch Neighborhood Lois Bartz Award for community service

2006
Meg | Gregory L. Kopischke award for outstanding service to protect the public and environment (by Council of Landscape Architectural Registration Boards)

2002
Meg | Certificate of Appreciation by the Council for Landscape Architectural Registration Boards

2000
Meg | Outstanding Service Award, Indiana Chapter American Society of Landscape Architects

2000
Meg | Distinguished Service Award, Indiana State Board of Registration

1992-1996

Meg and John | ARCH KidsFest, Visitors Center Program, Columbus, Indiana
For multiple years when living/working in Columbus we closed a street in downtown Columbus and created giant sand piles, willow hut building areas, and other site design fun for kids.

1990
Meg and John  | Grandview Lot Owners’ Association Certificate of Appreciation
for leading the effort to create the Grandview Woods Nature Preserve

Professional Service
Meg | Council for Landscape Architectural Registration Boards Region 2 Director, 1998 - 2002

Meg| Indiana State Board of Registration for Architects and Landscape Architects
Chair 1998
Member 1990 - 2000

Meg| Indiana Chapter, American Society of Landscape Architects
President, 1990-1991