Support The Cultural Landscape Foundation’s Kickstarter Campaign for Rich Haag Oral History Project
The Cultural Landscape Foundation (TCLF) seeks support for its Kickstarter campaign to raise funds to complete its online video oral history of Seattle-based landscape architect Rich Haag. As TCLF describes, “In practice for more than 50 years, Haag is one of the nation’s most important Postwar landscape architects and the first from the Pacific Northwest to be chronicled in the Pioneers series. He is acclaimed for his innovative environmental and ecological design solutions at the sublime Bloedel Reserve on Bainbridge Island, Washington, Seattle’s Gas Works Park, a former industrial site, and numerous other locations.”
Contribute today! Go to the TCLF’s page on Kickstarter for details about the project and how to contribute.