22 Land Matters
A new disaster resilience competition from HUD; experiments for forb-friendly prairie restoration; gathering hard and soft data from urban farms; a lot of what-ifs around national parks and climate change; and more.
Edited by Adam Regn Arvidson, FASLA
Raccoons like living in the city just fine, thank you, not least for the better dining options; plus, the shagbark hickory, at its best when all else is dull.
By Constance Casey
Off to Denver
Look for these products at the ASLA Annual Meeting & EXPO at the Colorado Convention Center, November 21 to 24.
By Lisa Speckhardt
72 The 2014 ASLA Student Awards
Students found strength—and knockout design—in numbers, as teams, community projects, and climate data brought a sense of mission to this year’s awards.
By Jennifer Reut
78 Student Collaboration
86 Community Service
94 Analysis and Planning
108 Residential Design
112 General Design
116 The 2014 ASLA Professional Awards
For many of this year’s best designs, looking ahead means a discerning look at history.
By Lisa Speckhardt and Bradford McKee
128 Analysis and Planning
136 Residential Design
146 General Design
158 The 2014 ASLA Landmark Award
An Alternate Park Universe
Since 1991, the Norman B. Leventhal Park at Post Office Square, by Halvorson Design Partnership, has matured (intact) into the civic heart of Boston’s financial district.
By Elizabeth Padjen
168 ASLA Continuing Education
Geographic Information Systems: Using the Tools for Informed Growth
194 Professional Awards Source List
202 Display Ad Index
204 Buyer’s Guide Index
ASLA announces the recipients of its 2014 medals and other awards.
By Lisa Chambers
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