Meg Muckenhoupt is an environmental and travel writer. She has appeared on NPR’s Radio Boston and WCVB’s Chronicle, as well as WGBH’s Forum site. Her work has been featured in the The Wirecutter, the Boston Globe, Boston Magazine, and the Time Out Boston guide; her book Boston Gardens and Green Spaces (Union Park Press, 2010) is a Boston Globe Local Bestseller. She gives talks about gardening, Massachusetts landscape history, and Boston’s greatest unknown parks to audiences around New England.
Meg was awarded a certificate in Field Botany by the New England Wild Flower Society and earned degrees from Harvard and Brown University. She lives in Lexington, Massachusetts.
Articles and Reviews by Meg Muckenhoupt
We tried the popular gardening gloves with claws—but do they work?
July 16, 2019 – Claws may sound helpful, but don't toss your gardening tools just yet.
The Best Gardening Gloves of 2019
June 27, 2019 – Dig in to any task knowing that these gloves will have you covered.
Tick season is here—here's how to protect yourself and your pets this summer
May 29, 2019 – How to keep ticks out of your yard in the first place.
15 lawn care mistakes you're probably making
May 21, 2019 – Want a green lawn all summer long? Avoid these common mistakes.