TCLF announces the publication of a new, ever growing digital guide featuring more than 140 sites associated with African American cultural lifeways and nearly 30 biographical profiles.
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The biennial Cornelia Hahn Oberlander International Landscape Architecture Prize includes a $100,000 award and two years of public engagement activities.
Discover dozens of sites, their histories and designers, in this richly-illustrated and engaging guide about a uniquely and culturally influential part of the country.
On the occasion of TCLF’s 25th anniversary, the annual Landslide report and exhibition focuses on 25 landscapes and groups of landscapes that have been saved.
This 6.5-acre urban prairie and wetland ecosystem is one of a series of sculptural installations in Greenwood Park.
The largest park in the Emerald Necklace, this landscape was meant to serve as Boston’s “central” park.
The Landscape Architecture Legacy of Dan Kiley, a traveling photographic exhibition, is dedicated to the life and work of Dan Kiley (1912-2004).