On Christmas Eve, one hundred years ago, John Muir’s spirit left his body and set off into the pathless wild. Help us celebrate Muir and his legacy through the resurgence of a parks and wilderness movement focused on protecting the wild. Check out this essay by Tom Butler and Eileen Crist:
John Muir’s Last Stand
Further ReadingPandemic Pause
E+D Podcast with Keith Bowers: The state of ecology and design in landscape architecture
Living Infrastructure: Green is great, but alive is even better
Water, Equity, and Ecology in Urban Planning
Composting Toilets: When Nature Calls
More From This AuthorMillions of bees unintentionally killed in Zika battle. Need for systemic thinking.
“Will animals escape?” vs. “The need for species adaptation” – It’s all in the way you say it.
Thoughts on Roads
Restoration at Different Scales
Landscape Urbanism vs. New Urbanism: Who cares? Both are missing the point!