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Landscape Architecture Magazine
- Banking on Borrowed Land
Balancing rural and urban needs, climate change, and chronic underfunding, the land trust industry is in a moment of reckoning. By Erin Kelly, ASLA Land banks and land trusts have overlapping missions—stewarding land—but different […]
- Mind the Gaps (and Curves) with Precast Concrete
Getting the best from precast concrete requires a little flexibility. By John Payne, ASLA, and James Dudley Precast concrete, which is concrete that is cast into its final form before it is installed, has long been used in architecture […]
- Support by Design Aids Ukrainian Landscape...
The flexibility of remote work takes on a new dimension when American landscape architecture firms can bring on Ukrainian designers fleeing war. By Laurie A. Shuster Anna Kulvanovska had been waiting a long time at an immigration office […]
- Park Diplomacy Across the U.S.–Mexico Border
At Laredo, Texas, and Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, “two countries, two cities, one culture, one river, one park.” By Jane Margolies Laredo, Texas, and Nuevo Laredo in Tamaulipas, Mexico—known colloquially as Los Dos Laredos—were a single […]
- Bog Wild
Guarded by isolated landscapes and rough ocean waters, Argentina’s remote peatlands are among the world’s most effective and fragile carbon sinks. By Jimena Martignoni / Photography by Joel Reyero At the southern tip of South America, […]