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Iconic Grounds: Biltmore
What does the expansive Biltmore in Asheville, North Carolina, and Central Park in New York City have in common? Both grounds were designed by the “Father of Landscape Architecture in America” — Frederick Law Olmsted. More than 130 years after Olmsted first took in the mountain views from the future home of George W. Vanderbilt, his vision remains the guiding principle for the estate’s landscaping.
Iconic Grounds: City of LA
From the valley to the sea, the City of LA Parks and Recreation Department maintains more than 16,000 parkland acres and 444 iconic sites with the help of Toro equipment. Learn how LA Parks and Rec has positioned itself as the keeper of LA’s backyard as well as a community resource.
Iconic Grounds: Target Field
As spectacular as Target Field is, the most iconic thing about it may be the climate — in more ways than one. Head groundskeeper Larry DiVito explains in this Iconic Grounds profile.
Iconic Grounds: Lincoln Financial Field
The first article in our series on iconic facilities features the home of the Philadelphia Eagles. Check out this profile for a few fun facts that might surprise you.