Compelling stories of Minnesota’s endangered species, the landscapes that nurture them, and the people who are discovering their secrets.
Diane Jones Allen designs for equity in post-Katrina New Orleans. Sometimes that means making your own projects from scratch.
Adam has a short essay in the 50th Anniversary issue of South Dakota Review.
Stephen Sheppard is helping communities actually see how climate change may affect them.
Those lovely East Coast beaches are not at all natural. Nor are they stable. Recently, a Virginia landscape architecture prof … More
Ever since Thomas Jefferson’s Public Land Survey reached the Midwest in the 1850s, the tallgrass prairie has been plowed under, … More
Milwaukee has begun to make permitting for stormwater and wastewater more efficient and effective by structuring it around natural, not … More
Cyclists will travel out of their way to use separated bike routes—and will reduce their chances of injury by doing … More
In 2009, Chicago rolled out a document designed to make every land use decision in the city more environmentally sound. … More
Do you feel safe riding your bike in the street? I don’t. But cities across the nation are improving on-street … More