Author: Mark Roessler
Conversations with Olmsted: ASLA at 125
Experts John King, Torey Carter-Conneen, Kate Orff and Thomas Woltz discuss the past, present and future of landscape architecture.
2024 Named “Year of the Memorial Park Conservancy”
Maplewood, NJ, honors the organization and volunteers who steward the community’s historic Memorial Park.
Central Park’s Bow Bridge Is Back
The landmark bridge, which was closed last November for upkeep and renovations, is now re-open.
The Dance And Awe-Inspiring Ornamental Elements Of Nature…
Visiting the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina, one author finds a greater meaning for our lives and deeper purpose for our lands.
The Olmsted Brothers’ Western Frontier: Semi-Arid Design for California
In a new webinar, Cal Poly professor Christine Edstom O’Hara discusses Olmsted Brothers’ design for Palos Verdes.
Anne “Dede” Neal Petri named 2024 GCA National Medalist
Olmsted Network President & CEO Anne "Dede" Neal Petri will receive The Garden Club of America's 2024 Distinguished Service Medal.
Embracing Excellence: Welcoming Mary Caraccioli to Our Board
Mary Caraccioli, Central Park Conservancy’s Chief Engagement & Experience Officer, joins the Olmsted Network leadership team.
2024 Olmsted Network Award Nominations Announced
Do you know an Olmsted champion worthy of recognition? Let us know by May 15!
Jacksonville’s Memorial Park Association hosts centennial gala
The Olmsted Network recently presented Memorial Park Association with a resolution to commemorate the park’s 100th anniversary.
Exploring Historic Roadways: Highlights from Our Inaugural Munch & Learn Lecture
The Olmsted Network welcomed historic roads expert Dan Marriott for a deep dive into the history and modern uses of park roads.
Friends of Olmsted-Beil House celebrates 5th anniversary
Since the organization's founding in 2018, Friends of Olmsted-Beil House has come a long way to becoming a key destination for those seeking to understand Olmsted's life and work.
Wheatena’s Contribution to the Rahway River Parkway
The gift that keeps on giving: how the Wheatena Corporation's gift of four acres of parkland to Rahway, New Jersey, in 1922 was the seed that grew into the Rahway River Parkway and, ultimately, the Union County Park System.
2024 Charles E. Beveridge Research Fellowship Open
The Charles E. Beveridge Research Fellowship supports research projects utilizing the Olmsted Archives at Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site. Applications for 2024 are open through April 1.
In Memoriam: Ed Orser
Ed Orser dedicated much of his life to promoting and protecting Maryland’s Olmsted legacy.
Friends of Olmsted-Beil House awarded grant for historic preservation plan
Friends of Olmsted-Beil House is the proud recipient of a grant that will enable them to prepare a historic preservation plan and schematic design for Olmsted’s historic farmhouse.