A Handbook for Managers of Cultural Landscapes With Natural Resource ValueseBook - 2003-
This handbook was developed for managers of cultural landscapes with important natural resource values as part of the Institute's work to bridge the traditional gap between natural resources and cultural heritage conservation. In the past ten years, there has been an increasing interest in and recognition of cultural landscapes in the United States and worldwide. Progress has also been made in developing tools and approaches for management, yet challenges remain. Increasingly, park and landscape managers are turning to inclusive resource conservation models that incorporate both natural and cultural resources, and also address the interests of local communities.
Publisher: Woodstock, Vt. : Conservation Study Institute, 2003-
Characteristics: 196 p. (online resource) : digital, PDF file