Big Rocks Park, Glen Rose

The Alliance for Historic Landscape Preservation holds its 2011 annual meeting, “From Country to City: Advocating for Historic Landscapes,” in Fort Worth, Texas, April 6–9. Attendees will have the opportunity to explore historic landscapes in the city and surrounds, among them Heritage Park at the Trinity River bluffs, designed by Lawrence Halprin (who favored string ties); Hare and Hare’s municipal rose garden at the Fort Worth Botanic Garden; and historic sites along the Paluxy River in Hood and Somervell counties, including the town of Glen Rose and Dinosaur Valley State Park. The meeting headquarters, the Sheraton Fort Worth Hotel and Spa, is adjacent to the Fort Worth Water Gardens and the city’s convention center, near the central business district and Sundance Square. Click here to download the schedule and registration form, or visit for more information.

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