Center for Cultural Landscape Preservation
The SUNY ESF Center for Cultural Landscape Preservation, based in the Department of Landscape Architecture, supports the education of landscape architects and students in related professions as best stewards of the cultural environment. The Center brings together interdisciplinary expertise from across ESF, the National Park Service, state parks, and other partners to address challenges in preserving our landscape heritage.
- To learn more about the Center and its history, partnerships, and people, go to About Us.
- To read abstracts of past and current research, with links to full documents including theses, capstone studio reports, and published National Park Service reports, go to Research.
- For profiles of SUNY ESF landscape architecture alumni in the field of cultural landscape preservation, go to Alumni.
For links to Preservation organizations, job postings, and landscape preservation resources, go to Resources
- NEW FOR 2015: Check out plans for our National Park Service Summer Field School at Acadia National Park (see Opportunities page). A great way to gain experience in cultural resource management!
BANNER IMAGE FROM FDR LIBRARY
LEFT COLUMN IMAGES: NATIONAL PARK LANDSCAPES RESEARCHED BY SUNY-ESF