Landscape Architect Visit: Nelson Byrd Woltz and a Wild Virginia Meadow
In the foothills of Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains, the owner of a property with 22 acres of open grazing land had a strong conservation ethic.
Gardenista, November 3, 2014

COMMENT> Jennifer Nitzky
The president-elect of ASLA offers her views on the future of landscape architecture in New York City.
Architect’s Newspaper. October 14, 2014

National Landscape Architecture Month – Week One Recap
Landscape architects kicked off National (and World) Landscape Architecture Month last week. Here at Land8, we’re recapping some of the events and activities taking place on social media and beyond to boost public awareness. Land8, April 7, 2014

10 Design Ideas to Prepare Us for the Next Sandy
Recap of the 10 finalists for the Rebuild by Design competition, New York Magazine, April 3, 2014

Landscape Architects Edwina von Gal, Mikyoung Kim and Kate Orff Share Their Favorite Things
Three trailblazing landscape designers are unearthing ways to improve the boundaries where man meets nature, using everything from oyster beds to interactive color walls to ensure that new developments harmoniously exist alongside their natural environments. Wall Street Journal, April 3, 2014

How to Fix New York City’s Parks
Park equity is a relative newcomer to the roster of issues that New York City leaders must have a position on. The New Yorker, March 28, 2014

Making the Past Present: How a Site’s History Can Shape its Future
When starting a new project, many landscape architects approach understanding a site through the lens of history. This is especially important in the urban environment, where a site has had a lifetime of identities before the designer has even stepped onto it. Metropolis, March 26, 2014

How NYC’s Marion Weiss Merges Landscape and Architecture
Curbed NY, Thursday, March 20, 2014

Brooklyn Bridge Crossroads
Landscape plan rebuilds a gateway to the iconic bridge. The Architect’s Newspaper, March 19, 2014

Sea Change
Susannah Drake of Dlandstudio is reviving contaminated landscapes with her politically savvy practice.
Architect Magazine March 17, 2014

Mayor must focus on city’s resiliency
Ensuring that New York’s infrastructure and economy can bounce back from the next Sandy should top Mayor Bill de Blasio’s agenda. Crain’s NY

Interview with Thomas Balsley, FASLA
Read the interview with Thomas Balsley, conducted at the ASLA 2013 Annual Meeting in Boston
ASLA.org

2013’s Notable Developments in Landscape Architecture
TCLF’s Charles Birnbaum recaps a great year for Landscape Architecture
Huffington Post

RIGHT HERE IN BROOKLYN
Darrel Morrison’s Native Flora Garden at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden at lalh.org
The Library of American Landscape History, November 26, 2013

Oysters Could Save New York From More Sandys: Commentary
Kate Orff wants to grow oysters in New York’s Jamaica Bay. Not for you to eat, but to save the shore from mighty storms. Bloomberg.com, November 12, 2013

The Expansive Designs of Landscape Architect Thomas Woltz
With his highest-profile project to date, the greening of New York City’s $15 billion Hudson Yards development, WSJ. Magazine’s Design Innovator of 2013 is tapping into the power of a well-designed urban landscape to reveal our shared history—and find a more harmonious future The Wall Street Journal, November 6, 2013

Design Matters
Mark Hough responds to an article recently published in UrbDeZine titled “Thinking about the Park Planning Profession”
Planetizen, October 18, 2013