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Campus Martius Park in downtown Detroit during the Christmas tree lighting ceremony 2013

Campus Martius Park in downtown Detroit during the Christmas tree lighting ceremony 2013

Early Autumn morning in Walkerville (Windsor, Ontario)

Reblogged from neonrad
neonrad:

You can always tell how affluent an area is by how many trees there are…
St. Louis MO - August 2013

neonrad:

You can always tell how affluent an area is by how many trees there are…

St. Louis MO - August 2013

Reblogged from landscapevoice
landscapevoice:

Monday, September 16 2013
The Zabbaleen, a community of garbage collectors and recyclers, carve amazing Coptic Christian churches into the caves in Cairo. (inhabitat)
LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE
Blowing up in the Twittersphere today: ASLA launches a new Landscape Architect’s Guide to Boston just in time for the ASLA meeting this November. (ASLA)
Earlier last week, ASLA also launched a new guide on the health benefits of nature. (The Dirt)

Greening Philly: Stormwater management takes center stage in Soak it Up!—the city’s interdisciplinary design competition. (The Field)
City Parks Alliance takes a tour of one of the most park-poor cities in the nation: Los Angeles. (City Parks)

& RELATED
This Friday, Park(ing) Day will transform hundreds of metered parking spots into public parks. (Parking Day)

In the worst environmental disaster to ever hit Hawaii, a massive molasses spill is killing off thousands of fish. (NPR)
Four reasons why protected bike lanes are great for business. (Streetsblog)

Don’t want your post-industrial city to become the next Portlandia? Aaron Renn introduces Rust Belt Chic as an alternative urban revitalization method. (Urbanophile)

landscapevoice:

Monday, September 16 2013

The Zabbaleen, a community of garbage collectors and recyclers, carve amazing Coptic Christian churches into the caves in Cairo. (inhabitat)

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

  • Blowing up in the Twittersphere today: ASLA launches a new Landscape Architect’s Guide to Boston just in time for the ASLA meeting this November. (ASLA)
  • Earlier last week, ASLA also launched a new guide on the health benefits of nature. (The Dirt)
  • Greening Philly: Stormwater management takes center stage in Soak it Up!—the city’s interdisciplinary design competition. (The Field)
  • City Parks Alliance takes a tour of one of the most park-poor cities in the nation: Los Angeles. (City Parks)

& RELATED

  • This Friday, Park(ing) Day will transform hundreds of metered parking spots into public parks. (Parking Day)
  • In the worst environmental disaster to ever hit Hawaii, a massive molasses spill is killing off thousands of fish. (NPR)
  • Four reasons why protected bike lanes are great for business. (Streetsblog)

  • Don’t want your post-industrial city to become the next Portlandia? Aaron Renn introduces Rust Belt Chic as an alternative urban revitalization method. (Urbanophile)
Reblogged from landscape-a-design

Reblogged from fuckyeahurbandesign
fuckyeahurbandesign:

Park(ing) Day is this Friday! (September 21, 2013)
Learn what you can do

fuckyeahurbandesign:

Park(ing) Day is this Friday! (September 21, 2013)

Learn what you can do