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Proceedings of the Eleventh Conference on Restoring Southern Landscapes, October 2-4, 1997, Old Salem, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

This publication was made possible through grant MT-2210-8-NC-31 from the National Center for Preservation Technology and Training (NCPTT).

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One Response to Breaking Ground: Examining the Vision and Practice of Historic Landscape Restoration (1999-28)

  1. As Executive Director of an historical/agritourism site, I was researching job descriptions beyond property manager/site manager/groundskeeper to better represent the needs of the grounds, gardens, historical outbuildings, and farm animals on our site, Poplar Grove Plantation. This was one of the first articles I came across in a job search outlining not simply the justification but also the application of restoring and preserving our cultural landscape. Thank you!

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