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The Olmsted Center provides a variety of educational programs and opportunities in cultural landscape preservation principles and practices. These programs help to broaden participants' knowledge and understanding of landscape preservation concepts and strengthen their stewardship skills. Educational opportunities include workshops, conferences, hands-on projects, temporary assignments, and internship and volunteer positions. These programs are available to National Park Service and historic property staff, students, recent graduates, and cultural landscape preservation practitioners.

Apprenticeships + Internships

Arborist Training Programs

Branching Out Program

Publications

Conferences + Workshops

(Photo)  Preserving Historic Trees Workshop at the Samuel F.B. Morse Historic Site in Poughkeepsie, New York