Reclamation has emerged as a new landscape intervention type. It is associated with certain scales of land, usually altered by machinery or technology, and relies on successional results. The design for a reclamation project is not fixed but rather heading toward a more appropriate future. This book studies the attitude and processes of landscape reclamation, finding that it can not only change the way we think about our environment, but that it also serves as a model for reclaiming our own culture. Whether in the physical world or in the landscape architects abstract place of landscape construction through drawing, this process opens up new imagination and wonder for what the landscape has to offer. It is no longer something to act upon, but something to study and admire, as much as engage and entertain.