Spotlighting Historic Landscapes Could Benefit Milwaukee

Charles Birnbaum, founder and CEO of The Cultural Landscape Foundation based in Washington D.C., considers Milwaukee an ideal candidate for a collaborative effort to develop comprehensive documentation of historic landscapes for TCLF’s online searchable database. Birnbaum wrote in a recent email, “When initiating these efforts, the first step is to...
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Charles Birnbaum, founder and CEO of The Cultural Landscape Foundation based in Washington D.C., considers Milwaukee an ideal candidate for a collaborative effort to develop comprehensive documentation of historic landscapes for TCLF’s online searchable database. Birnbaum wrote in a recent email, “When initiating these efforts, the first step is to compile a list of sites and designers that we should focus on as we develop our research. We endeavor to work with local collegiate educators and their students, municipal agencies, nonprofit groups, local landscape architects and history/preservation professionals to inform that list.”

Source: tclf.org