Land&People, Fall 2001

Cherishing the Chesapeake
By Tom Horton

Protecting land is key to restoring the health of America’s largest estuary.

A Small Town Thinks Big
By Richard M. Stapleton

As millions of acres of New England’s forest change hands, citizens of Randolph hold on to their land and traditions.

Year of the Park
By Bill Donahue
A diverse alliance helps turn an industrial site on the L.A. River into a new state park.

Source of Inspiration
By Richard Mahler

The Edwards Aquifer supplies pure water to the heart of Texas. San Antonio activists want to make sure it stays that way.

Greenprinting for Success
By Dan Whipple

A strategic approach to land conservation helps communities grow smarter.

Getting Down to Business: A Conversation with Patagonia Founder Yvon Chouinard
By Susan Ives

Essay: Land Where People Belong
By Dianne Dumanoski