Landslide 2018

The Cultural Landscape Foundation

Grounds for Democracy highlights threatened cultural landscapes throughout the nation that are key to remembering, contextualizing, and interpreting the struggles for civil and human rights in the United States. Although these sites are of immense cultural and historical significance, with most of them listed in the National Register of Historic Places, they are nonetheless threatened by impending development, industrial activity, dwindling funds for upkeep, outright neglect, or the forces of nature itself.

Landslide Program

The goal of Landslide® is to draw immediate and lasting attention to threatened landscapes and unique features.

Landslide sparks debate—revealing the value of everyday places—encouraging informed community-based stewardship decisions. Landslide both highlights and monitors at-risk landscapes and annual thematic listings to save this heritage for future generations. Through web-based news stories, travelling exhibitions, and print publications, Landslide reveals the value of these often forgotten landscapes.

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About Landslide

TCLF’s Landslide® program, established in 2003, raises awareness about threatened and at-risk landscapes and works of landscape architecture. This annual thematic compendium is part of the broader Landslide program and aims to encourage informed stewardship decisions.
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About TCLF

The Cultural Landscape Foundation® (TCLF) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit founded in 1998 to connect people to places. TCLF educates and engages the public to make our shared landscape heritage more visible, identify its value, and empower its stewards. Through its website, publishing, lectures and other events, TCLF broadens support and understanding for cultural landscapes. learn more

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