Monthly Archives: March 2011

Old-School

I admit it, I am tickled by being re-introduced (and introducing others) to how well low-tech models can work to communicate and to persuade: in this case, about the challenge of making truly wild places in this spot surrounded by … Continue reading

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Nicholas & Raoul’s “Watershed: Art, Ecology, and Community Engagement”

I really like how you can feel the watershed’s pulse from a simple digital elevation model (left, Milwaukee River watershed), a living earth even with the faintly visible rifts of freeway and sometimes railroad; let’s not stretch her resilience any … Continue reading

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