Historic Landscapes

The stewardship of cultural landscapes provides the richness and complexity of the human story of our nation.

Examples of cultural landscapes range from a small homestead to a formally designed estate, a country road to a scenic parkway, a school yard to an industrial complex, and a farmstead to a civil war battlefield.

The National Center encourages research and partnerships in the field of historic landscape preservation to improve the technologies available to practitioners as they undertake the complex tasks of documenting, preserving, and interpreting the historic landscapes significant to a wide variety of people and cultures.

A small creek winds along the channel it cut through a park landscape.

Historic Landscape Grants

The Preservation Technology and Training (PTT) Grants program provides funding for innovative research

Short grass separates rectangular planting beds with blooming perennial flower.

Historic Landscape Publications

Materials published by the Historic Landscapes program.

This is a color nature photograph where the landscape is the focus of the photo.

Historic Landscape Research

In-house research being conducted by Historic Landscapes program.

In an aerial view of a golf course with a mix of trees.

Historic Landscape Training

A wide variety of virtual and in-person training opportunities

Last updated: April 6, 2022