News April 2022

James Rose Center (James C. Rose, 1953) in Ridgewood, NJ.
Portion of restored landscape at Textwipe/Earthcam offices in Upper Saddleback, NJ. Photo courtesy Earthcam.

Updates from the James Rose Center

April 24, 2022

The James Rose Center and EarthCam receive a 2022 Bergen County Historic Preservation Award for the rehabilitation of the James Rose designed Texwipe campus in Upper Saddle River, NJ, now owned by Earthcam. This commendation follows preservation awards from the New Jersey Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects and the Docomomo US Modernism in America program. The award will be presented during a public program on May 5 at Valley Brook Golf Clubhouse in River Vale, NJ.

In other news, the James Rose Center is hosting Spring Clean-up days on the weekends through early May: April 30, May 1 and May 7. Consider volunteering to help prepare the home and landscape for a busy summer season. Visit the website for more information on how to volunteer.

Students are welcome to apply for the Center’s 2022 summer Internship program set to begin May 15. The program is open to those studying landscape architecture, landscape studies, architecture, interior design and other related fields. Projects range from rehabilitation, maintenance, and documentation, to participation in tours and exhibitions. Submit applications through the website.



“The James Rose Center and EarthCam Receive a 2022 Bergen County Historic Preservation Award,” James Rose Center, March 31, 2022.

“2022 Annual Spring Cleanup Call for Volunteers,” James Rose Center, March 11, 2022.

“Now Accepting Applications for 2022 Summer Internships,” James Rose Center, March 11, 2022.