Associate Professor Cari Goetcheus in Feature Piece by National Park Service

Check out this recent NPS feature article on Associate Professor Cari Goetcheus and her career in Cultural Landscapes.

“Cari’s professional experiences across the NPS and academia have made her uniquely qualified to teach cultural landscape preservation and to collaborate with students and educators from diverse backgrounds. Her work draws upon history, ecology, design, planning, and management. One of the most important aspects of cultural landscape education, in Cari’s view, is interdisciplinary learning opportunities.”

Cari and Fielding from NPS article

Cari with Fielding Link, a former Cultural Landscape Lab student assistant now employed by the NPS. (image from article)