Preservation Guidelines

 

Cornell University's Stein Institute Fellowships
diamondPreservation Framework for Garden Cities (2008 to 2010)
Based on best practices of five leading National Landmarks in Los Angeles County and their applications to the Stein Garden cities.
Faculty adviser: Michael Tomlan---nation's leading preservationist/Stein scholar

diamondDisaster Planning for Stein Garden cities (2010 to 2012)
Follows FEMA's guidelines and the National Park Service's Secretary of Interior Standards. Interviews with federal officials, literature research, and case studies.
Faculty adviser: Michael Tomlan---nation's leading preservationist/Stein scholar

diamondDisaster Planning using HABS, HALS, and CRGIS (2015 to 2017)
In progress----implementation of disaster/climate change planning for the
Stein Garden cities using the National Park Service's documentation programs.
Faculty adviser: Stephan Schmidt---international expert in GIS/land use planning


National Park Service's Documentation Programs
diamondHistoric American Buildings Survey (HABS)
Documents nationally significant historic buildings.

diamondHistoric American Landscapes Survey (HALS)

Documents the nation's important historic landscapes.

diamondCultural Resources Geographical Information System (CRGIS)
Use of geographic information system to analyze historic resources.

diamondSecretary of Interior Standards for Historic Properties

 

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
diamondFEMA's official website
Portal for all activities relating to agency's disaster/climate change programs.

diamondFEMA's Integrating Historic Property and Cultural Resource Considerations Into Hazard Mitigation Planning
How-to-guide on the local and state levels (FEMA 386-6/May 2005)

diamond Interview with FEMA's Preservation Officer
Recommended strategies for the Stein Landmark Garden cities and other historic properties in the United States (2012).

 

 

November 2016