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Enhancing the practice and benefits of landscape architecture in Virginia through advocacy, education, and service.

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Beautiful RVA

Wednesday June 18th
5:00-7:00pm
Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden - Kelly Education Center

Join Beautiful RVA for the unveiling of the Richmond Garden Trail on the Richmond Region Tourism website. You'll recall that we met in July 2013 with local tourism experts and special guest Richard Benfield, author of Garden Tourism, to explore the potential for linking landscape-rich public venues in a self-guided trail.  The first phase of this venture is coming to fruition and you'll want to be present to rally around and support its launch. 

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Journey Through Hallowed Ground (JTHG) Partnership's Annual Conference 

The Journey Through Hallowed Ground Partnership (JTHG), the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP), and the National Park Service (NPS) are partnering to create dynamic sessions during the JTHG Partnership’s Annual Conference, May 20-21, 2014 at the University of Virginia, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Charlottesville, VA – one of the few World Heritage Sites still functioning as it was originally intended.  There are 8 sessions approved for CM credits. 

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Virginia's Civil War Landscape at the Sesquicentennial: Contemporary Battlefield Conservation & Management Strategies

April 30-May 1, 2014
Richmond, VA
Virginia Historical Society

The Virginia Department of Historic Resources will present an in-depth seminar on the preservation of Civil War battlefield lands on April 30 and May 1, 2014, in Richmond, Virginia. This two-day symposium will include lectures and workshops related to battlefield stewardship and protection. Participants will gain insight into emerging policy initiatives, stakeholder engagement, and management plan development. With expert practitioners leading key talks, ample networking opportunities, and an educational field session, this symposium will provide tools and strategies to foster the conservation of Virginia's Civil War battlefields and cultural landscapes. 

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