Betsy Barlow Rogers and the Green Metropolis
This week on We Dig Plants, hosts Alice Marcus Krieg and Carmen Devito are joined in the studio by Elizabeth "Betsy" Barlow Rogers, a landscape designer, landscape preservationist and writer, whose lasting memorial is the revitalization of Central Park, New York City.
Burning Down the House - Syncretism
This week's episode of Burning Down the House is a response to last week's interview with Elizabeth Heider of the U.S. Green Building Council. On this episode, Curtis B. Wayne discusses the dichotomy between faith and science in the field of architecture- specifically green building.
Jane Jacobs & John M. Johansen
On a beautiful day in New York City, Curtis B. Wayne decides to delve into the architectural history of the city at large, and particularly the work of Jane Jacobs. Hear about how she opposed Robert Moses and helped protect certain pockets of the city. Also hear about John M.
The Zoo Part 1
Bernie Wides and Carol Butler take listeners to the zoo this week on The Naturalist. Learn about the history of some of the most popular zoo's in the world including New York City's very own Bronx Zoo and Central Park zoo. Learn more about imprinting, remote feeding and wildlife rehabilitation.