Land&People, Fall 1999
Bringing Peace to the Garden of Tranquility
by Richard Stapleton
Defenders rally to keep New York’s community gardens off the auction block.
The Rise and Fall of Richfield Colesium
by Lee Chilcote
Northeastern Ohio turns the tables on sprawl, demolishing a sports stadium to expand a national park.
In Farms We Trust
by Jordan Fisher-Smith
How the Straus family nurtured a movement to keep farmlands in the hands of farmers.
by Herb Hiller
Long in thrall to development, Florida is protecting open space to provide parks for people.
Sculpting a New Park for Seattle’s Waterfront
by Marla Williams
Priceless downtown acres on the shore of Elliott Bay will soon showcase art and open space.
Feeding Hearts and Minds
A conversation with Alice Waters
by Susan Ives
The famed restauranteur nourishes a philosophy about food, learning, and the land.
On Finding Home
by Peter Forbes
Our connections with land make us at home in the world, writes TPL’s Fellow.