• Darrel Morrison writes about his meadow designs for a midcentury house in Wilton, Connecticut, featured in his forthcoming book Beauty of the Wild.
• Morrison’s discovery of long-lost documents at Jens Jensen’s home and studio, The Clearing.
• In “Nearby Nature,” Robert E. Grese reflects on his tenure as director of the Nichols Arboretum at the University of Michigan, designed by O. C. Simonds.
• Sarah Allaback explores the history of the ecological laboratory of Edith Roberts at Vassar.
• Ann de Forest delves into the history of the Santa Barbara Botanic Garden, designed by her grandfather.
• Sara Cedar Miller, historian emeritus of Central Park, is named 2020 LALH Preservation Hero, profiled here by Jonathan D. Lippincott.
• The landscape architects David Kamp, Darrel Morrison, and Margie Ruddick discuss wild beauty and its role in landscape design.