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This section will give you all the guidance you need on how to carry out a historic landscape survey project. It contains useful information about the practicalities of planning a project, carrying out historic research, archaeological field survey methods and raising awareness of your site. If you want to get involved in researching and recording historic landscapes, follow the links to get started.

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