Terrain.org's Garden Gate Issue Now Online

Terrain.org's Garden Gate Issue Now Online

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Terrain.org: A Journal of the Built & Natural Environments - Issue No. 18, Garden Gate, now live at http://www.terrain.org!

COLUMNS

- Guest Editorial by Storey Publishing Editor Carleen Madigan Perkins
- Other columns by Simmons B. Buntin, Todd Ziebarth, David Rothenberg, and Catherine Cunningham

UNSPRAWL CASE STUDY

- NorthWest Crossing in Bend, Oregon

ARTICLES

- "Cultivating Natural and Cultural Landscapes through Conservation Subdivision Design: A Narrative Slideshow" by Randall Arendt
- "America's First Rare Plant: The Franklin Tree" by Lucy Rowland
- "Sustainability Comes to the Canadian Prairie: Lessons and Caveats from the Town of Okotoks, Alberta" by Ernest J. Yanarella
- "Butterfly Gardening with Native Plants of the Desert Southwest" by Karen Hillson

INTERVIEW

- Terrain.org interviews former governor and Interior Secretary Bruce Babbitt

ESSAYS

- "If You Love It... Why Nature-Loving Gardeners Should Learn to Let Go" by Flora Cordis Johnson
- "Working Wilderness: The Malpai Borderlands Group and the Future of the Western Range," by Nathan F. Sayre
- "Greening Up the Slackers: In Search of the Gen-X Garden" by Scott Calhoun
- "The Death and Life of an American Garden" by Barnet Schecter
- "War of the Roses" by Fleda Brown
- "The Genius of Kaaterskill Falls" by John P. O'Grady
- "Experiential Layers of the City" by Bruce F. Donnelly

POETRY

- Poetry by Suzanne Frischkorn, Brian Swann, Melissa S. Stein, Simmons B. Buntin, Patricia Smith Ranzoni, Donna J. Gelagotis Lee, Philip Fried, and Lois Beebe Hayna
- Drum Hadley: 21 poems, with artwork by Andrew Rush, excerpted from Voice of the Borderlands

FICTION

- Fiction by Deborah Fries, Andrew Wingfield, Martin Ott, Scott Spires, and Tiel Aisha Ansari

ARTERRAIN GALLERY

- Twelve native plant and animal photographs by Michael D. Weber

REVIEWS

- Reviews of Murder Ballads, poems by Jake Adam York; Imagining Eden: Connecting Landscapes, by Lyle Gomes; and Tracking Desire: A Journey after Swallow-tailed Kites, by Susan Cerulean

View new issue now at http://www.terrain.org

Related Link: Terrain.org: A Journal of the Built & Natural Environments

For more information contact:

Simmons Buntin
Terrain.org
P.O. Box 19161
Tucson
AZ 85731-9161
US

Phone: 520-241-7390
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.terrain.org

Posted March 7, 2006



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