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Comprised of landscape architects, architects, former Board Members, community leaders and others, the Council helps promote TCLF’s mission.
The first state-focused What's Out There initiative added more than 150 sites to the database, from Augusta to York. More initiatives coming and you can help.
In May, What’s Out There Weekend Washington, DC's sold out tours focused on the spirit of Bell’Italia in the nation’s capital.
Attendees rate inaugural Garden Dialogues: It's a Hit! Registration for June/July Garden Dialogues now open.
TCLF is pleased to announce the 2012 Season of Events Calendar, featuring an exciting array of upcoming conferences, tours and events.
The myriad events held in concert with this year’s meeting help support TCLF's significant education initiatives.
Bay Area landscape enthusiasts came out in force to enjoy sunshine and free tours at some of the region's most remarkable Modern masterpieces.
Users can now search by city, zip code and distance, while the mapping component also shows nearby What’s Out There sites.
Stout is being recognized for his efforts through publishing to raise the profile of Post War landscape architecture in the Bay Area and beyond.
In addition to the daylong conference, registration is now open for tours and reception -- space is strictly limited.
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