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The things our art director, Chris McGee, hated to leave out of the current issue of LAM. 

From “Walking the Walk” by Jane Margolies in the… 101 more words


Labor History Was Made Here

Behind these locked gates once sat a massive General Motors complex where generations of Flint, Michigan, residents worked.

Known by many as “Chevy in the Hole,” the site is slowly being transformed into an urban park that will be known as Chevy Commons. 188 more words


Making Freight More Sustainable

The movement of freight is ubiquitous.  And it can be dirty, but it is part of living in society.  Trucks, trains, planes, barges and ships travel our roads, railways, and waterways, transporting raw materials and finished products from the entire continuum of our economy. 459 more words


Wild Lectionary: Direct Laction

Sixth Sunday After Epiphany
by Andrea Ferich

And so, brothers and sisters, I could not speak to you as spiritual people, but rather as people of the flesh, as infants in Christ.

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Dupont Begins Cleanup on Waterfront Site in Carteret

A larger waterfront park, complete with an urban beach, a barge pool and a boardwalk may be in the future for Carteret.

The borough’s Waterfront Park, located on the Arthur kill along the eastern portion of the borough, has about… 428 more words




From the September 2016 issue of Landscape Architecture Magazine.

It’s been nearly three years since Los Angeles County Waste Management’s fleet of rumbling trash trucks ceased their daily climb up and down the massive landfill in Puente Hills, for years one of the nation’s largest. 635 more words


Plants that Clean

Most people I talk to that have been through Elementary School science class remember that plants take CO2 and make oxygen, and even if they don’t remember that, they seem to have an understanding that the air in a forest is cleaner than the air in the city. 1,030 more words

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