The work of the Cultural Landscape Lab focuses on specific cultural landscapes, and the lab’s relationship with these places and their on-site stewards is intended to be mutually beneficial and enduring. Because we are interested in learning how to care for a landscape beyond the span of an individual human lifetime, we strive to know these places deeply and intimately. For these reasons, we expect the lab’s activities to center on only a small number of places—perhaps five or six landscapes and the communities of people who care for them. Because we are committed to learning as much as we can about the art and science of caring for cultural landscapes, we are cultivating relationships with places that are diverse in terms of their size, cultural histories, political circumstances and governance frameworks, ecologies, and geographic contexts.
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