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What do the mountains and meadows of a sixth-generation Colorado cattle ranch have in common with the woods and streams of a New York City summer camp? What does a Connecticut farm share with a Tennessee bike park? 

Answer: they’re all protected places—thanks to you. There are countless...

Few places need a good park more than the Tenderloin. In the densest of San Francisco neighborhoods, many residents live in single rooms—making public open space critical to the community’s health and happiness....

North Branch Park, Vermont
A day for giving thanks, a day for deals, and then: Giving Tuesday, a day dedicated to giving back. 

With your support this year, we’ve protected 75,916 acres of land. From new city parks to pristine wilderness escapes, you're giving communities across the country the gift of

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Trust for Public Land Fitness Zone areas

If you're like us, you maybe—just maybe!—overdid it at Thanksgiving dinner—and today, the only thing less appealing than leftovers is the idea of hitting the gym.

But if you live near a Trust for Public Land Fitness Zone area, you've...

#OurLand: Bark for parks!

After much deliberation, we're pleased to announce that the #OurLand movement has a new spokes-dog: black lab Bloo, captured here on a snowy romp with his best bud Barley in their hometown of Bozeman, Montana. Bloo's owner ...

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