Acoma “Sky City’

The Alliance for Historic Landscape Preservation will hold its 2010 annual meeting “Enchanted Landscapes: Exploring Cultural Traditions & Values” April 21-24, 2010 in Albuquerque, New Mexico.  The conference will include discussions organized around paper presentations, summaries of works-in-progress and poster presentations.  Afternoon tours will  include Los Poblanos, Old Town, La Bajada Acequia (New Mexico Route 1), and Acoma Pueblo.   For more information visit http://www.ahlp.org/

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6 Responses to Enchanted Landscapes: Exploring Cultural Traditions & Values

  1. Melbourne says:

    It is good to see importance being placed on preserving historic landscapes. They can deteriorate quickly without proper attention and protection. Keep up the good work :)

  2. andy says:

    This is a good news, hopefully they can be more active and provide innovative ideas to keep the preservation of cultural traditions and historical values. And the results can be Socialize to the public on the importance of cultural preservation because it is the nation’s identity

  3. Interior Designer San Francisco says:

    It’s refreshing to see a focus on preserving cultural tradition and landscapes in this country, as it is too often the opposite situation. With so much emphasis on new construction, we can lose sight of the true value of historic places and buildings.

  4. Gail J Richardson says:

    I am glad to see some effort on preserving cultural traditions. It is who we are and were.

  5. Richard Barker says:

    This is great – what a fascinating area to hold the conference in too.

  6. Enchanted Landscapes says:

    Such efforts of documenting a legacy of our world will not only afford next generations a rich reference point of our heritage but it will generate a wealth of knowledge that can influence the way the world perceives nature and proactively engages all towards the protection and conservation of our ecosystem. At Enchanted Landscapes (www.enchanted-landscapes.com) we are starting this process of documenting some of Kenya’s enchanted landscapes for this very reason.

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