Tina Bishop, Preserving Landscapes Through People.
Carl Bray, Janice Wing, John Stewart, Commemorating The Peace that has long endured: Conservation of Lundy’s Lane Battlefield, Niagara Falls, Ontario.
Christina Cameron (Jacqueline Hucker), Katherine Stevenson, US/Canadian Shared Perspective on Landscape Conservation.
Bill Clendaniel, The Tale of Two Lakes.
Paul Couture, Geo-historical Overview of the Niagara Corridor.
Pamela Earl, Frederick Law Olmsted’s Vision for Buffalo: The Front, The Park, and The Parade.
Larry Harder, Borders in a Borderless Land: Perspectives on the Landscape of Palestine.
Mark Laird, Landscape Conservation at Chiefswood National Historic Site.
Patrick Lawrence, Gordon Nelson, The Shared Canadian and American Experience of the Niagara Escarpment Landscape: Opportunities for Building the Great Arc.
Fred McGarry, Creating an Online Spatially Referenced National Built Heritage Record from the Ground Up.
Marilyn Miller, Queenston Cultural Landscape.
Patricia O’Donnell, Heidi Hohmann, Conanicut Battery, Jamestown, RI.
Susan Preston, Crossing Borders: Accessing Landscape Meaning in Another Culture.
Cecilia Rusnak, Thomas Boothby, Country Bridges in New Jersey: Picturesque and Persistent.
Julia Sniderman Bachrach, Paradise Under Glass: Chicago’s Historic Conservatories.
James Taylor, British and American Influences on Canadian Landscape Architecture.
Winston Wong, Cultural Heritage Landscapes: Land Use Planning Challenges in Ontario.
Tom Yahner, Dan Nadenicek, Engaging People in the History of Changing Landscapes.