Resource: SCAPE Landscape Architecture Magazine - online
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Title: SCAPE Landscape Architecture Magazine - online
Resource type: Journal/magazine
Topics: Buildings, Ecosystems, Individual Choices, Land Use
Keywords: landscape architecture, magazine, publication
Audience: All
Region: Minnesota Statewide
Summary: The MN Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects publishes SCAPE, a beautifully designed and stimulating free online quarterly magazine.
Content: The Minnesota Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (MASLA) publishes SCAPE: a beautifully designed, intellectually stimulating and free online quarterly. The Spring 2010 issue contained a colorful 52 pages.

MASLA's mission is to lead, to educate and to participate in the careful stewardship, wise planning and artful design of our cultural and natural environments. The purpose of SCAPE is to broaden the circle of people concerned about and creating quality landscapes, by offering landscape architects and others something to think about, and, hopefully, discuss amongst and between one another.

Topics and articles have included:

* Does sustainability actually affect the bottom line?

* A family legacy becomes a public trust

* Valued places; places to visit this year

* Newsletter reviews: The Hometown Advantage; New Urban News

* Art along the new LRT line

* A primer on land use law from the Bubonic Plague to the recent takings case

* Is MnDOT really that green?

View and download issues of this magazine at the web page below (click on _SCAPE on the top menu).

Suggested by: Philipp Muessig
Added: 08/3/05
Updated: 07/27/11