ERA is pleased to announce that Michael McClelland has recently joined The Cultural Landscape Foundation’s Stewardship Council.
The Cultural Landscape Foundation (TCLF) is a US-based not-for-profit dedicated to increasing public awareness of heritage landscape architecture and design. Through education, advocacy, outreach, and collaboration, TCLF aims to better our understanding of cultural landscapes, and to maintain and protect them for future generations.
TCLF’s Stewardship Council is composed of landscape architects and allied professionals who help promote the foundation’s mission of “stewardship through education,” and who provide TCLF with a broader understanding of the profession and its practitioners.
Michael has long been a supporter of TCLF, and remains an advocate in Canada and abroad for the recognition and protection of cultural landscapes. ERA is becoming increasingly involved in landscape architecture and consulting on cultural landscapes, and is pleased to be participating in the 2015 TCLF conference to be held in Toronto.
Read Michael McClelland’s writing on landscape…
“Cultural Landscapes in the City,” ICOMOS Congress, Sept 2005
“Preserving Modern Landscape Architecture II,” Spacemaker Press, 2004
“Excursions in the Cultural Landscape,” Canadian Architect, Sept 2000