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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 features, travelling exhibits, and print publications, Landslide reveals the value of these often forgotten landscapes.

At-Risk >>

Washington, District Of Columbia

A new memorial could lead to the destruction of a significant work by M. Paul Friedberg and Oehme, van Sweden on America’s Main Street.

Annual Spotlight >>

The Frick Collection's threatened Russell Page-designed NY garden and Watts Towers in LA are two of the eleven Landslide 2014 sites.

Saved >>

Salem, Oregon

On June 10, 2015, control of Gaiety Hollow, their home, garden and studio, was transferred to the Lord & Schryver Conservancy in Salem, Oregon.

Lost >>

Wellesley, Massachusetts

A campaign is ongoing to protect the cultural landscape from development.

Recent Updates

August 31, 2015
Southern Pines, North Carolina
August 18, 2015
Washington, District Of Columbia
August 14, 2015
Rye, New York