The What’s Out There Toronto Guide from The Cultural Landscape Foundation (TCLF) derives from our profusely illustrated and extensively researched What’s Out There database of significant landscapes, collected by geographic region, coupled with maps and overarching historical narratives.
Explore New York City's rich landscape legacy with the new 50-page guidebook, including colorful photos and descriptions of 31 of the city's most important designed landscapes.
Discover Aquidneck Island's diverse ensemble of vernacular and designed landscapes through this 50-page illustrated guidebook.
Combining the professions of social work and photography, this artist's work focuses on birth and death, beginnings and endings.
Explore Philadelphia's remarkable landscape legacy with the What's Out There Philadelphia guidebook.
Explore Richmond's remarkable landscape legacy with this 54-page guidebook, including colorful photos and descriptions of 30 of the region's most important landscapes.
TCLF's first-ever What's Out There initiative beyond U.S. borders has produced beautiful results.
New research has brought to light four private Bay Area gardens designed by Lawrence Halprin during his formative years.
Learn about landscape architect Dan Kiley's remarkable landscape legacy with this 72-page gallery guide, including colorful photos and descriptions of 28 of Kiley's most significant designs.
Fifty years after environmentally conscious landscape architects issued a Declaration of Concern, the time has come to place the stewardship of landscape heritage on a par with ecological imperatives.