Here’s a seminal case study on urban agriculture by Michigan food policy expert Megan Masson-Minock.
In a presentation to the Central Ohio APA, Carlisle/Wortman’s John Enos focused on tools that can make a downtown into a destination.
Where there’s a will there’s a way, for Center Line, an inner ring suburb with a vision for its downtown.
Don’t let a crisis be the wake-up call telling you that your infrastructure map is incomplete.
Carlisle/Wortman’s Charlotte Wilson brings us photos of an innovative low-impact drain and a pocket park stolen from on-street parking.
What will stop sprawl? Changing tastes and demographic demand are pulling people, especially the young and old, back into close-in, urban centers says Dick Carlisle.
Look past the forests to the trees, the ones found in urban areas. Individual trees and small woodlots harbor migratory birds and eat up C02.
Google Street View and Google Maps show us how cities around the world innovate to make streets safe, useful and beautiful for pedestrians.
Cincinnati’s Hyde Park, built in 1892, anchors its urban neighborhood.
Examples from Mesa, AZ and plans for 40 Detroit sites show the outsized value of pocket parks.