Ever green again
- Japanese black pine. Andrews, D. Mark // Flower & Garden;Nov/Dec98, Vol. 42 Issue 6, p26
Presents information on Japanese black pine, a kind of tree that symbolizes friendship in Japanese gardens. Features of the tree; Principles for modifying and designing the tree; Suggestions in caring for the tree.
- 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...
- A Park for All Seasons. Fiori, Pamela // Town & Country;Dec2003, Vol. 157 Issue 5283, p45
Presents information on the 150th Anniversary celebration of the Central Park in New York.
- New York's Five Ponds. Stover, Mark // Backpacker;Oct93, Vol. 21 Issue 8, p81
Features New York State's Adirondack Park. Five Ponds Wilderness Area; Site of glacial legacies; Landscapes; High Falls waterfall in Oswegatchie River; Land of the eskers; Esker-top trail; Location; Route; Management; Maps.
- Afloat on the food. Jerome, John // Audubon;May/June97, Vol. 99 Issue 3, p36
Describes Raquette River, a canoeing route in Adirondack Park, New York. Paddling from Raquette to Cold River tributary and Calkins Creek campsite; Author's descriptions of travel to the campsite and back to Raquette.