The Park Cultural Landscapes Program serves to develop, implement, and oversee a nationwide program of cultural landscape documentation and preservation in national park units.  

Who Are We?
As part of the NPS Cultural Resources, Partnerships, and Science division, our program staff in national parks, regional offices, partnering centers, and the service's Washington, D.C. office fill a spectrum of roles to further the preservation mission.  

Who are we leads to a more important question: Who are you? And what is your place in cultural landscape preservation?


An organizational map of the program is divided into three main branches with nine sub-branches.

Park Cultural Landscapes Program

Get to know the organization and actions of the Park Cultural Landscapes Program.

A group of three young people cut hay with traditional hand tools.

Partners

The program works towards its landscape preservation goals in partnership with universities, organizations, and programs.

A leafless tree stands at the corner of a white fence in an open landscape, near white buildings.

Cultural Landscapes Subject Site

After you get to know the program, visit the cultural landscapes subject site to discover more.

Last updated: April 25, 2016

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