Landslide 2019

The Cultural Landscape Foundation

Living in Nature highlights cultural landscapes from around the nation that are facing immediate threats from human-induced climate change. Many of the places nominated to this year’s thematic report are nationally recognized for their remarkable historical and cultural significance, making the need for action all the more urgent. Taken together, these sites and the threats they face demonstrate the interdependence of our natural and cultural resources, the diversity and scope of the impacts of climate change, and the enormous challenges that lie ahead.

Landslide Program

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

Landslide  sparks debate, revealing the value of places we experience daily and encouraging informed community-based stewardship. Landslide monitors at-risk landscapes and produces annual thematic reports to help save our shared landscape legacy for future generations. Through web-based news stories, traveling exhibitions, technical assistance, and print publications, Landslide mobilizes and amplifies support for that legacy at the local, state, and national level.

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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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