Preserving and Interpreting the Legacy of Lord and Schryver
to Promote a Greater Understanding of their Contribution to Northwest Landscape Architecture
News & Upcoming Events
Consider making a gift to our capital campaign - now's a great time to contribute! Read more about our 1-1 matching opportunity for charitable gifts.
In the National News!
Lord and Schryver and the project to secure Gaiety Hollow was featured as the front page article in the national Garden Conservancy newsletter! Read the article here.
Have you heard the exciting news? The home and garden where Elizabeth Lord & Edith Schryver lived for over four decades is being held for the Conservancy by a generous benefactor. Read more about our capital campaign & the plans for Gaiety Hollow.
Want to learn more?
We are starting to schedule garden tours of Gaiety Hollow for the spring. Read how to sign up your group for a fabulous day (tour, lunch & lecture) at this spectacular property!
Welcome to Lord & Schryver Conservancy
The Lord and Schryver Conservancy grew out an increasing awareness in the Salem community about the work of professional landscape designers Elizabeth Lord and Edith Schryver and a concern for the ultimate fate of their garden at Gaiety Hollow, the tour de force of their life work. The ultimate goal was to acquire the home property of Lord and Schryver and bring it into the public domain. Our mission is to “preserve and interpret the legacy of Lord and Schryver to promote a greater understanding of their contribution to Northwest landscape architecture.” The L&S Conservancy acquired 501 (c)3 status as a community-based non-profit in 2005. We are affiliated with the national Garden Conservancy and a partner with the Oregon Cultural Trust.
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Stay up-to-date with what's happening at Gaiety Hollow. Follow artist Bonnie Hull's magnificent blog posts.