Part I. By Way of Explanation : People and Nature : 1. The Use of Patterns -- 2. Some Human Characteristics -- Part II. Meeting the Challenges : 3. Fears and Preferences -- 4. Way-finding -- 5. Restorative Environments -- Part III. Designand Management Opportunities : 6. Gateways and Partitions -- 7. Trails and Locomotion -- 8. Views and Vistas -- 9. Places and their Elements -- Part IV. With People in Mind : 10. Engaging People -- 11. Putting it Together. "With People in Mind explores how to design and manage areas of "everyday nature"-- parks and open spaces, corporate grounds, vacant lots and backyard gardens, fields and forests -- in ways that are beneficial to and appreciated by humans. The authors introduce a new way of thinking about natural areas and present concrete and detailed recommendations for effective design and management." --Cover. "Enhanced by a wealth of illustrations and images, With People in Mind translates the results of many years of empirical studies into practical design and management approaches. It is a readable and flexible guide for practitioners and students in landscape architecture, planning, resource management, environmental psychology, and other fields." --Cover.