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dc.contributor.authorMason, Genna Michelle
dc.description.abstractNational Park Service (NPS) wilderness and cultural landscape management policies were developed separately for geographic areas that reflect dichotomous values. When wilderness and cultural landscapes occur in the same place, management of one can inhibit that of the other. This thesis evaluates the historical contexts, laws, and policies that guide current NPS wilderness and cultural landscape management to determine factors that inhibit integrating management. Goals, objectives, and tactics that address those factors are derived from case studies and organized into a projective management design framework. This thesis applies the framework to the Beuham Orchard on North Manitou Island, Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, proposing tactics for integrating NPS cultural landscape and wilderness management to convey the values of both wilderness and culture within the site.
dc.subjectCultural landscapes
dc.subjectcultural landscape management
dc.subjectcultural landscapes in wilderness
dc.subjecthistoric preservation
dc.subjectlandscape architecture
dc.subjectland management
dc.subjectorchard preservation
dc.subjectNational Park Service
dc.subjectNorth Manitou Island
dc.subjectSleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore
dc.subjectwilderness law
dc.subjectwilderness management policy
dc.titleHeirloom wilderness
dc.title.alternativeintegrating culture and wilderness at the Beuham Orchard, Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore
dc.description.departmentCollege of Environment and Design
dc.description.majorLandscape Architecture
dc.description.advisorMarianne Cramer
dc.description.committeeMarianne Cramer
dc.description.committeeKimberly Mann
dc.description.committeeCari Goetcheus
dc.description.committeePeter Appel

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