As time go on and the spread of modernity and its impact on architecture, a lot of changes were made to the structure of the tissues and the buildings created the least adaptation to their climatic conditions. The growth of the population caused many architectural principles to be forgotten, and the tissues that were made with native domestics were abandoned and vacant. Hence, most people turned to urban communities in order to achieve amenities. So the tissues of the village were destroyed and vanished. But in recent years, the cultural heritage is trying to keep and preserve what is left, and has recorded many of the masonry moldings as national and international works. However, still a large part of these tiny texture and rural mud are still being destroyed. Therefore, in this research, the researcher, in addition to studying the causes of erosion and classifying existing factors, addresses the approaches and challenges facing the cultural heritage. The results suggest a plan for management and planning for the restoration and survival of tissues. In this regard, we have studied a sample of traditional tissues in southeast villages of Iran that have a warm and dry climate and we say that the appropriate approaches to modern cultural heritage can help protect, maintain and revive the tissues. Research method: Historical, analytical based on field studies and library studies.