Where is the Coverage of Landscape Architecture?

Charles A. Birnbaum bemoans the lack of quality journalism covering landscape architecture, which often gets overshadowed by architecture criticism and shunted into the Home & Garden section of the paper.
January 16, 2011, 7am PST | Tim Halbur
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Birnbaum says that considering the role that landscape architecture and planning plays in shaping our communities and cities, it's criminal how little coverage it gets:

"Currently, architecture criticism can secure precious real estate on the Times' front page, while landscape architecture is frequently shunted to the Times Home section. A decade or so ago, that wasn't so bad, but their editorial priorities have changed. Now landscape architecture is being crowded out by articles about reorganizing closets, new mops, heirloom gourds, the cult of garlic cloves, when to prune shrubs, or growing mushrooms at home (for the record, I have nothing against garlic, mushrooms or the pruning of shrubs)."

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Published on Friday, January 14, 2011 in The Huffington Post
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