Challenge, rewards in running Newton’s only remaining farm – The Boston Globe

It may not be the sprawling 50-acre countryside farm he once dreamed of running, but for Newton resident Greg Maslowe, the 2 acres of city-owned property in south Newton is just right.

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Look at the bigger picture, says landscape architect – Press & Journal

A landscape architect refused yesterday to give his view on the acceptability of long-term landscape damage caused by parts of the proposed Aberdeen bypass’s southern leg.

read more @ the SOURCE: Press & JournalLook at the bigger picture, says landscape architect

U.S. Architects Hard Hit by Financial Crisis – Architectural Record

The plunging financial markets this month, followed by unprecedented responses from the federal government, have left many Americans bracing for a deep recession. In the architecture profession, however, the downturn has already arrived, according to a key measure of the market for architectural services.

Read more @ the SOURCE: Architectural Record – Architects Hard Hit by Financial Crisis

Shared high streets ‘not safer’ – BBC News

“New street schemes which merge traffic and pedestrian areas could put blind people at risk, a charity has warned.”

SOURCE: BBC NEWS | UK | Scotland | Tayside and Central | Shared high streets ‘not safer’.

Martha Fajardo Interview – Land8Lounge

Read a great interview with Martha Fajardo by Kevin Gaughan of Land8lounge.com

“MARTHA CECILIA FAJARDO, Immediate Past-President of the International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA), received her Colombian Landscape Architect Master degree on Landscape Design at Sheffield University, England.”

SOURCE: Land8lounge.com – Martha Fajardo Interview

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