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This conversation will begin with a 20-minute presentation, putting forth the idea that change with continuity is essential. Opening remarks will examine the planning, design and stewardship opportunities (and constraints) frequently encountered when dealing with cultural landscapes. These remarks will address personal and foundational principles, while demonstrating how to bridge the artificial, often segmented divides between both design and historic preservation and nature and culture. The conversation that follows with attendees will aim to expand our values for more holistic and apt design interventions.
The Cultural Landscape Foundation® (TCLF), a non-profit established in 1998, connects people to places. TCLF educates and engages the public to make our shared landscape heritage more visible, identify its value, and empower its stewards. TCLF achieves this mission through the ongoing development of its four core programs: What’s Out There®, Pioneers of American Landscape Design®, Landslide®, and The Oberlander Prize. Please join us to learn more about Charles and his ongoing passion projects.
The Cultural Landscape Foundation : https://tclf.org/

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