Articles & Presentations by the President
Remarks on accepting the Russell Wright Award for Living in Harmony with Nature, presented by Manitoga, May 22, 2011.
“Slaughterhouses and Sprawl: Supporting Local Agriculture as a Key to Preserving Heritage” by Judith LaBelle, President, originally appeared in The National Trust FORUM, Summer 2006.
“The Catskills: A Defining Landscape, Undefined”, by Judith LaBelle, President, originally appeared in Open Space, a publication of The Open Space Institute, Fall 2004.
“Emscher Park, Germany—Expanding the Definition of a ‘Park’”, by President Judith LaBelle, originally appeared in the George Wright Society Forum in 2001.
“Postcards from Home”, by President Judith LaBelle, originally appeared in the George Wright Society Forum in 2000. Have you ever sent anyone a postcard from the town where you live? What does that say about how you think about the place where you start and end most of the days of your life? Why do Americans generally think that they must travel elsewhere to see beautiful landscapes and distinctive towns? What can we do to hasten the day when we will send postcards from home?
President Judith LaBelle’s remarks to Amerca’s Great Outdoors Session, August 6, 2010.
“The State of [Local] Food……… It’s Not Just What You Eat”, Remarks by President Judith LaBelle at Hudson Valley Green Drinks, May 12, 2010.
“Doing Everything All at Once”, Keynote Address by President Judith LaBelle for the South East Michigan Food System Economic Partnership Annual Conference, 2008.
“Healthy Eating: A Family Affair”, by President Judith LaBelle at the FamilyFarmed.org EXPO in Chicago, March 2005.
“Farmland Protection: Market and Policy Tools for Improving Farm Viability”, by President Judith LaBelle, at the 2004 Food and Society Conference sponsored by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.
“Voting for Biodiversity with Your Pocketbook and Your Fork”, by President Judith LaBelle, at “Biodiversity on the Brink: Returning from the Edge” sponsored by the Center for Environmental Research & Conservation (CERC), Columbia University, The Nature Conservancy of New York and the School of International Public Affairs, Columbia University, March 2004.
“The Idea of the Countryside”, by President Judith LaBelle, at the closing of the Countryside Exchange in Ontario, Canada, 1996.
“People, Places and Politics”, by President Judith LaBelle, at the Preservation Institute Workshop on Vernacular Landscapes, Nantucket, 1996.