The Foundation for Landscape Studies offers the following awards:
Sanctuario, Chimayó, New Mexico
Named in honor of the eminent late professor of architecture at Princeton University and pioneer scholar of landscape and garden history, the David R. Coffin Publication Grant is awarded annually to an author or publisher of an English-language book-in-progress that advances scholarship in the field of garden history and landscape studies.
The John Brinckerhoff Jackson Book Prize
Named in honor of one of the founding figures of American landscape studies, the J. B. Jackson prize is awarded to a distinguished book published in the English language within the past three years.
The Jane Jacobs Planning Grant
Named in honor of the urban activist and author Jane Jacobs, this challenge grant is given periodically to a not-for-profit organization to assist in the development of a community-based comprehensive plan for the design or restoration of a public landscape.
Place Maker / Place Keeper Awards
A place maker is a person who has used design imagination and horticultural skill to create a garden or park of exceptional beauty. A place keeper is a land steward who possesses the sensitivity and management abilities needed to make an existing, publically accessible landscape flourish. Each year at its Spring Luncheon, the Foundation for Landscape Studies honors one or more outstanding individuals who fit these definitions.
Lifetime Achievement Award
This award is given on rare occasions to a person who has contributed significantly to the understanding of landscape studies through the production of a body of work or who has had a career of extraordinary accomplishment in the field of landscape design.
Jardin d'Ornament, Villandry, France