Urban parks are on a lot of minds right now, so Inga Saffron’s (LF ’12) Loeb Lecture on May 8 will be very timely. In the meantime, Rolf Diamant (LF ’86) is giving the issue close scrutiny as well. In "An Urban Parks Agenda for Everyone?" he looks at the troubled history of federal urban parks and suggests ways to rethink a largely overlooked but broad-based and significant pubic investment. The lessons he draws from urban parks could benefit our entire national park system. Read his article.