Featuring reports on green careers, walking the High Line public park in New York, school grounds improvement in Barmby-on-the-Marsh and posters about Northala Fields and working as a woodkeeper.
Growing green careers
People love working in parks and green spaces. Yet there’s a national shortage of people with the right skills to do the jobs that are needed.
Walking the High Line
Carefully planned swathes of vegetation and unique views of the city are drawing up to 25,000 visitors a day to a remarkable new public park – the High Line.
Grounds for improvement
Barmby-on-the-Marsh is a tiny village in Yorkshire. At the heart of the community is the old Victorian schoolhouse with a small playground and a field.
Ever wanted to live in a forest? (poster)
Cindy Blaney (below) is a woodkeeper at Highgate Wood in north London. Gisselle Casio at 360? finds out more.
Poster: Northala Fields, London (poster)
Northala Fields is one of the most exciting new green spaces in the country. Derelict land has been transformed using waste soil from the nearby Wembley Stadium site.
Published on 15 February 2010