Frederick Law Olmsted
- 3. An artistic, literary, and intellectual movement originating in Europe during the late 18th century, emphasizing emotion, nature, and individual expression.
- 5. A person who advocates or acts for the protection and preservation of the environment and wildlife.
- 6. A group of three waterfalls at the southern end of Niagara Gorge, spanning the border between the US state of New York and the Canadian province of Ontario.
- 7. A work of outstanding artistry, skill, or workmanship, often considered the creator's greatest work.
- 8. The expansion of a metropolitan or suburban area into the surrounding environment.
- 9. A concept that emphasizes the restorative and beneficial effects of natural environments on human health and wellbeing.
- 11. A BritishAmerican architect and landscape designer, known for his collaborations with Frederick Law Olmsted.
- 14. Landscapes designed to promote mental and physical health, often used in healthcare settings.
- 15. An urban park in New York City, designed by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, renowned as a masterpiece of landscape architecture.
- 1. A glacial valley in Yosemite National Park in the Sierra Nevada mountains of California, preserved partly due to Olmsted's efforts.
- 2. A collection of protected areas in the United States, preserving significant landscapes, ecosystems, and historical sites.
- 4. The art and practice of designing outdoor environments, including the planning of parks, gardens, and other manmade structures, to achieve environmental, social, or aesthetic outcomes.
- 10. A large private estate in Asheville, North Carolina, known for its beautiful gardens designed by Olmsted.
- 12. Efforts to change society for the better in terms of poverty, education, healthcare, and social justice.
- 13. Green with growing plants; lush in appearance.