- "...put the golf cart before the horse..." // Long Island Business News (7/1993 to 5/2009);12/11/95, Vol. 42 Issue 50, p6
Editorial. Argues about the State Department of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation commissioning a study of a golf course at Camp Hero. Site of golf course questionable; What the public has a right to know.
- World famous Black Course reopens. Jones, Matthew // Parks & Recreation;Sep98, Vol. 33 Issue 9, p26
Deals with the reopening of the Black Course in Bethpage State Park, New York in June 1998. Selection of the golf course as site of the 2002 United States Open; Renovations made to the course; Features of the course.
- The 'People's Open' Talbot, Becky // Grounds Maintenance;Apr2002, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p46
Focuses on the preparation made by Bethpage State Park, a golf course for the U.S. Open golf tournament in Farmingdale, New York. Renovation of the Black course; Addition of sprinkler heads; Improvement on fairway fertility.
- Born for Bethpage. Aylward, Larry // Golfdom;Jun2007, Vol. 63 Issue 6, p50
The article presents a profile of Doug Catalano, director of Bethpage State Park on Long Island, New York. The park is noted for its six golf courses, one of which, Bethpage Black, will host the 2009 U.S. Open. Catalano has worked at the park since he was in college. Both his father and uncle...
- Joint-venture garden for Battery Park City. P.D.S. // Architectural Record;Aug1991, Vol. 179 Issue 8, p25
Reports that Cooper, Robertson & Partners is teaming with visual artist Jennifer Bartlett and landscape architects Quennell Rothschild to create the South Garden at New York's Battery Park City.
- A falls for remembering. Newman, J.L. // Focus;Winter89, Vol. 39 Issue 4, p21
Describes the views at Taughannock Falls State Park in New York. Height of the falls, considered the highest east of the Rockies; Surrounding gorges; Seasonal changes at the falls.
- Adirondack high. Mitchell, John G.; Stenzel, Maria // National Geographic;Jun98, Vol. 193 Issue 6, p118
Highlights the Adirondack Mountains in New York State. Details about Adirondack Park; Peaks in the area; The number of summits above 4,000 feet; The author's experience in hiking in the area; Aesthetic pleasures of the High Peaks and other Adirondack wilderness; The conflict of private...
- The Great Lakes Garden & Visitor Center. Mazzarella, Patricia // Conservationist;Jun93, Vol. 47 Issue 6, p36
Discusses an unusual garden, a living map of the Great Lakes, miniaturized lakes designed to scale, with lawn instead of water filling the lake beds, at the Niagara Reservation State Park. Nation's first state park; Great Lakes Garden and Visitor Center; Four upper lakes, Superior, Michigan,...
- "Subverting the context": Public space and public design. Glazer, Nathan // Public Interest;Fall92, Issue 109, p3
Discusses land on the island of Manhattan which will provide an opportunity for a park on the Hudson River. Involvement of Donald Trump and community groups; Historical background on the building of parks and parkways; Frederick Law Olmsted; Calvert Vaux; `The Granite Garden,' by Anne Whiston...