Chelsea Fisher follows the entangled histories of iron and paper in a second-growth forest.
Tagged: Reading the Landscape
Border fencing straddles the Sonoran Desert and other harsh environments. Kevin Cooney shows how infrastructure gaps are key to U.S. immigration policy.
Buried in the nineteenth century, stone markers continue to serve as the official, and often elusive, demarcation points of the Public Land Survey System.
How do you teach someone to re-see a place they know well? Try these tips on introducing students to the practice of treating landscapes as historical documents.