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Public art is much like a tree. It can encourage thoughtful reflection, reduce stress and generally benefits a community. | Photograph © Liz Kuball, 2014, courtesy The Cultural Landscape Foundation.

Landslide® 2014: Art and the Landscape Announced

October 23, 2014

Some of America's most profound landscape art installations are at risk, but Davey is working with the The Cultural Landscape Foundation (TCLF) and the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) to preserve these endangered works of art.

Landslide® 2014: Art and the Landscape features 11 "distinct expressions of cultural identity," many of which development, neglect, vandalism, industrial operations and natural wear and tear have endangered. TCLF brings attention to these art displays to inform the public about their conditions as well as promote informed stewardship.

Davey is the presenting sponsor of Landslide 2014. Visit the Landslide website for more information and photos of 2014's sites.

You can also find more information about Davey's partnership with TCLF on the Davey website.

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