Living Memorials Project
Publications & Products
Recognizing Stewardship Practices as Indicators of Social Resilience: In Living Memorials and in a Community Garden
Sustainability. No. 775. 8(8): 26p.
American Journal of Public Health. 104(4): 581-583.
Living Memorials: Understanding the Social Meanings of Community-Based Memorials to September 11, 2001
Environment and Behavior. 42(3): 318-334.
Environmental Education Research. 16(5-6): 591- 609.
In: Campbell, Lindsay; Wiesen, Anne, eds. Restorative commons: creating health and well-being through urban landscapes. Gen. Tech Rep. NRS-P-39. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station: 188-199.
NRS-INF-1-06. Newtown Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station. 49 p.
The Land-markings DVD was created from a multimedia exhibition of 12 digitally authored journeys through more than 700 living memorials nationwide.
Gen. Tech. Rep. NE-333. Newtown Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Research Station. 123 p.
Tidball, Keith G., Krasny, Marianne E, Eds. 2014. Greening in the Red Zone
Sullivan, Lisa. 2007. Living Memorials National Research: 9/11 and the Public Landscape. Places 19.3:34-38.
USDA Forest Service. 2007. Final Report: Living Memorials Project Summary. 12 pp.
USDA Forest Service. 2006. Final Report: Living Memorials Project: Design Collaborative. 37pp.
Living Memorials Project Update with Erika Svendsen and Lindsay Campbell Northern Research Station, New York City. (Webinar recorded September 2006)
A new ArcGIS Storymap tells the story of 9/11 Survivor Trees as symbols of community recovery. A new 2016 update to the Living Memorials Project National Registry includes information about sites in the New York City region that have been studied longitudinally to understand how stewardship of these sites persists and changes over time.