10 Land Matters
A planner’s plan for Louisiana’s wildlife areas; among “resilience officers” shock and stress are in the job description; Dirk Sijmons parses energy landscapes; and remembering Bill Callaway of SWA Group.
Edited by Adam Regn Arvidson, FASLA
Among the short-lived opossum’s many defenses are an ability to destroy ticks and turn back a viper’s venom; plus, pawpaws, the native smoothie on a tree.
By Constance Casey
Dry on a Good Day
The genius of the century-old Miami Conservancy District in Ohio is that it pairs flood control and land protection without politics.
By Kevan Williams
Landing Studio turned a Massachusetts salt port from an obstacle to an attraction.
By William S. Saunders
The actively beautiful surface.
By Lisa Speckhardt
66 No, No, You Go First
Kids are right to be a bit scared at new playgrounds designed by Taylor Cullity Lethlean and James Mather Delaney. It’s good for them.
By Gweneth Leigh, ASLA
82 This Is a Test
On a green roof at the Chicago Botanic Garden by Oehme, van Sweden, plant failure is as important as success.
By Lauren Mandel, Associate ASLA
94 So Cal
Mia Lehrer + Associates’ new garden at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County is a paean to nature the city has lost.
By Jennifer Reut
110 Growing Pains
Tactical urbanism for megacities at MOMA. Strategy would help.
By Jonathan Lerner
On Center: Nature Revealed Through Geometry
A review of Tree Gardens: Architecture and the Forest, by Gina Crandell.
By Susan Herrington
136 Display Ad Index
137 Buyer’s Guide Index
Plantée en Paris
A look at the photographer Marion Brenner’s new book with Zahid Sardar.
By Katarina Katsma, ASLA
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