Susan Leibovitz Steinman, activist social sculptor and ecofeminist, produces large-scale “greenscapes' ' involving diverse stakeholder participation. Exhibited globally, her art models ecological strategies: organic gardens, slow food, community revitalization, native plants and clean rivers. Gallery and museum work incorporates salvage and organic materials. Currently creating a watercolor series on Global Warming. Cofounder of WEAD, she created and edits its online Magazine of critical activist art essays. She holds an M.F.A. in sculpture from California College of the Arts. 1995-present. Magazine Editor and Co Founder. Also: one of first artists in residence at San Francisco “dump” Recology program, creating its 3 acre sculpture garden. Bibliography includes Suzanne Lacy’s Mapping the Terrain--New Genre Art; and Sue Spaid’s Green Acres: Artists Farming Fields, Greenhouses, and Empty Lots.