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Mapping Historical Landscapes

Monday, July 13th, 2015

Mapping Historical LandscapesThe cultural heritage of a people is comprised of thousands of years of tradition and lifeways. It embodies a people’s connection to its history, customs and place. The recognition and incorporation of these values into conservation planning can in many cases make or break a project. We, as humans, have inherited a universal right and responsibility to have access to natural areas, clean air, and clean water as was enjoyed by our ancestors. The very trees, rocks, and rivers that comprise our landscape become natural landmarks that connect us to our past.… read more

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