Preservation of the Stein Landmark Garden Cities
Interviews with Pamela Seager

 

diamond1. The Historic Significance of Rancho Los Alamitos

diamond2. The Importance of Planning for a Historic Site

diamond3. Components of a Long-Term Preservation Plan

diamond4. Selecting the Right Preservation Professionals

diamond5. The Role of the Board of Directors at a Historic Site

diamond6. The Role of Volunteers and the Community

diamond7. What is Important to Grant Foundations

diamond8. Lessons for Baldwin Hills Village and Other Garden Cities

 

Pamela Seager is the founding Executive Director of Rancho Los Alamitos in Long Beach, California. She is nationally known for the preservation of this site's extensive landscapes, which represent several centuries of national and California history.

Pamela Seagar has presented programs on historic landscapes for the National Park Service, National Trust, and several universities. In recognition of her lengthy efforts, the American Society of Landscape Architects has awarded Pamela Seager its "Outstanding Contributor to the Preservation of Historic Landscapes".

 

 

Dorothy Fue Wong conducted these interviews from February 6, 2009 to September 30, 2009.

 

 

 

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