Patricia Johanson, one of the world’s leading eco-artists, insists that art can heal the earth. Using an amazing mixture of art, landscape architecture and science, she creates large-scale public projects that prove her radical yet utterly practical vision. Johanson’s graceful designs for sewers, highways, parks and other functional projects around the world link fragmented ecosystems and create conditions that allow endangered species to thrive. This long-awaited first monograph covers all of Johanson’s major public projects and looks at their implications for art, architecture, landscape design and urban planning. Includes Johanson’s personal history and creative development, drawings, reflections and ideas to inspire younger artists.