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Meg Muckenhoupt to speak at Old South Meeting House in Boston

Union Park Press’ own Meg Muckenhoupt, who authored Boston’s Gardens & Green Spaces, is no stranger to giving thought-provoking, informative talks. We’re thrilled to announce that she will put her talents to good use at the Old South Meeting House at a talk hosted by the Boston Preservation Alliance on Wednesday, February 8th at 5:30 p.m. as part of their… Read more →

Meg Muckenhoupt’s Chronicle Debut!

Union Park Press author Meg Muckenhoupt made her television debut on the September 30th episode of WCVB’s Chronicle HD , where she discussed Boston’s “hidden treasure” parks and gardens. In the episode, Meg shows where to find some of Boston’s most relaxing—and little-known—green spaces amid the hustle and bustle of city life. She even walks us through one of her… Read more →

Meg Muckenhoupt: A Few Questions Answered

In anticipation of the Boston Flower & Garden Show we encourage you to get to know Meg Muckenhoupt a little better. Meg will be speaking about the creation and reinvention of Boston’s land and parks on March 17th at 4:30pm. We hope you’ll join us! 4.    With all the digging done downtown, what do you consider the city’s greatest achievement?… Read more →

Meg Muckenhoupt: A Few Questions Answered

1. What was the role of public spaces in Boston past? Boston’s public spaces have played many roles. The Boston Common was originally used to graze sheep, marshal troops, and hang various unpopular people. Forest Hills and Mount Auburn Cemeteries were built when Boston’s graveyards were overflowing with corpses, while the Public Garden and the Back Bay Fens were created… Read more →

Meg Muckenhoupt’s Holiday Picks

My life is full. I don’t need anything this holiday except a few good snowstorms to get the Beaver Brook North reservation and Arlington’s Great Meadows ready for cross-country skiing. However, there are a few things I wish more people would buy for their friends who love the outdoors. For Gardeners Top on my list is Doug Tallamy’s Bringing Nature… Read more →

Boston Globe Interview with Author Meg Muckenhoupt

Let Meg Muckenhoupt, author of Boston’s Gardens & Green Spaces, inspire you to experience the various public spaces this city has to offer in The Boston Globe’s G Force interview “Sharing of the Green.” In the interview, Meg discusses how green Boston came to be over the past 400 years, and how it found its way into her heart: “If… Read more →

Meg Muckenhoupt to speak about Fenway Gardens on WBUR’s RadioBoston

Meg Muckenhoupt, author of Boston’s Gardens & Green Spaces, will be on tomorrow’s RadioBoston episode from 3PM-4PM. Tune into WBUR 90.9 FM to hear Meg discuss Boston’s famous Fenway Gardens and thier role as a public space in Boston’s historic and contemporary landscape. If you’re tied up during the airing, log on later: you’ll be able to find the audio for the… Read more →