Landscape preservation maintenance is the act of caring for a specific feature, area, or landscape by protecting, stabilizing, and repairing it on a routine or cyclic basis so that the historic character is not compromise or lost.

( Guide to Developing a Preservation Maintenance Plan for a Historic Landscape)

 

Preservation maintenance is the practice of monitoring and controlling change in the landscape to ensure that its historic integrity is not altered and features are not lost.

(Preservation Brief 36)

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