SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY 2014 Public Art Review, toward a Livable Planet, “Water Works/Transforming watersheds and communities,” Keith Goetzman, #49, Fall/Winter, 35

2013 Landscape Architecture Frontiers, Beijing, China, March 2013, ISSN No.CN10-1105/TU, Bilingual Interview

Conservation Magazine, “Restorative Art,” Sarah Deweerdt, Spring 2013, Vol. 14, 126-33

Next City, “The Art of Infrastructure,” Alice H. Thatcher R

Orion Magazine, “The Art of Infrastructure,” Sept/Oct 2013
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2012 Ernesto Pujol, “Journey to Fargo: the Work of Jackie Brookner” Read

Roger Denson, “Nomads Occupy the Global Village: Left Political Art Timeline, 2001-2012?
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Suzanne Boettger, “Environmentalist Desire,” Oxford Art Journal, Vol. 35.1, 107-111

Daniel Grant, “Learning How to Be a Professional Artist Is a
Lifelong Process”
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Patrick Springer, “Rabanus Park redesign planned,” The Forum, Fargo, ND, April 30, A5

2011 “Our Town Spotlight on Fargo, ND,” National Endowment for the Arts blog, July 12
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A. Toland, Perspectives in Urban Ecology,  Edit. Wilfried Endlicher, Springer Verlag, Berlin

2010 Amanda Boetzkes, The Ethics of Contemporary Earth Art, University
of Minnesota

Remediate/Revision Public Artists Engaging the Environment, Wave Hill catalogue

Veden Taika: Jackie Brooknerin suunnittelema ekologinen ymparistotaideteos, Aurinkoinen tulevaisuus ry, Finland

Ecoartspace, Interview with Jackie Brookner
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2009 Patricia Philllips, Urban Rain/Stormwater as Resource, “To Give the Appearance,” ORO editions

Lauren Monson,” Artist Jackie Brookner Unites Sculpture with Eco-Friendly Design”
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Public Art Review, public art and sustainability, “A Site for Environmental Art:,” Allison Compton, 52-55

Dipti Desai, Jessica Hamlin, Rahel Mattson; History as Image, Image as History, Routledge

Jeff Heubner, “Halikonlahti Green Art,”
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2008 1000x Landscape Architecture, Verlagshaus Braun, Berlin

Ecological Restoration, “Called to Action: Environmental Restoration by Artists,” 26:1, Lillian Ball, 27-32

Art and Community LandscapesNational Park Service,  Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance, (No. 1/2008)

Salon Seudun Sanomat,Sept. 28, “Halikonlahden puhdistava saari alkaa  muotoutua,” Elina Lahti, 9, 12

2007 Reconstruction: studies in contemporary culture, “Contemporary Art Facing the Earth’s Irreducibility,” Amanda Boetzkes,Vol. 7.2
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art in action: Nature, Creativity and Our Collective Future Natural World Museum and UNEP, Earth Aware Editions, San Rafael, CA

CityBeat,“If Fish Lived There/Bio-art helps restore the Mill Creek,” Margo Pierce, 9/29 Read

Kira Gould, Lance Hosey, Women in Green,Ecotone Publishing, Bainbridge Island, WA

The Cincinnati Enquirer, August 23, “A green project for ArtWorks,” Sara Pierce, D1,D6

2006 Alessandro Rocca, ed., Natural Architecture, 22 Publishing, Milan, Italy

Amanda Boetzkes, “Contemporary Art Facing the Earth,”
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2005 Ann Rosenthal, “Imagination Can Save Us,” New Practices New Pedagogies, ed. Malcolm Miles

Patricia Watts, Community Arts Network/Art in the Public Interest, “Ecoartists: Engaging Communities in a New Metaphor,” Read >>

NYArts, “Man vs. Nature, Nurturing the Divide,” Jan/Feb, Emily Lodish

2004 Heike Strelow, Aesthetics of Ecology, Art in Environmental Design:Theory and Practice, Birkhauser, Berlin

Carol Steinfeld, Reusing the Resource:Adventures in Ecological Wastewater Recycling, Chelsea Green

The Cincinnati Enquirer, July 31, “Fish sculptures to help cleanse Mill Creek water,” Allen Howard

2003 Robin Wall Kimmerer, Gathering Moss/ A Natural and Cultural History of Mosses, Oregon State Univ. Press, Corvallis, OR

Landscape and Art, “Parts Reflecting the Whole” no. 29, Katrin Spiess, Summer, 33-4

Ethics and the Environment, “The Greening of Gaia, Ecofeminist Artists Revisit the Garden,” Gloria Orenstein, Vol. 8, no. 1, Spring, 103-111

Orion, “Tongue-tied and Twisted,” Jan/Feb, 10

Studies in Art Education, “The Ethnographic Move in Contemporary Art: What Does it Mean for Art Education?“, 43(4), D. Desai, 307-323

2002 Sue Spaid, Ecovention: current art to transform ecologies, Contemporary Arts Center

Studies in Art Education, “The Ethnographic Move in Contemporary Art: What Does it Mean for Art Education?“, 43(4), D. Desai, 307-323

Verortungen: Kunstproject der 3. Sachsischen Landesgartenschau Grossenhain 2002, Graser Verlag, Grossenhain, Heike Strelow

2001 Terry Tempest Williams, Red/Passion and Patience in the Desert, Pantheon, New York

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education, “Working with people to make art: Oral history, artistic practice, and art education,”  No. 21, Dipti Desai, 72-90

2000 New York Times, “Where the Water Flows,”  May 28, Andrew Revkin

Sculpture, “Environment, Audience, and Public Art in the New World (Order),”  March, Vol. 19, No. 2, Mara Scrupe, 42-49

Earthlight, “Making Sense of Matter/ Interview with Jackie Brookner,” Fall, 21-25

Utne Reader, “Terry Tempest Williams,” June, no. 99, 103