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Back in September, you helped The Trust for Public Land win the My LA2050 Grants Challenge with a proposal to turn run-down alleyways in South Los Angeles into much-needed green space. Now, we’re busy getting ready for...

Rich Reid

With the Academy Awards® coming up this weekend, most film buffs have starlets and ballgowns on the brain. But here at The Trust for Public Land, we watch the silver screen with an eye for one thing: location, location, location. ...

Colonel Charles Young

King’s Canyon, Sequoia, Yosemite—today, they’re among the most widely recognized parks in the world. But in the early 1900s, the first national parks were unfinished, untested, and protected only on paper. They faced threats from poachers who picked off wildlife and illegal grazing that...

Monitor Avenue Park, Los Angeles

In Los Angeles last weekend, a neighborhood street echoed with the sound of soaring swing-sets, clattering skateboards, and the buoyant brass of a Mariachi band. It was the grand opening of Watts Serenity Park—and for community advocate ...

 

"Have you ever had a bad day from being outside?"

Not likely, says Colorado native Ryan Van Duzer. His work as a videojournalist has taken him all over the world: he's been a Peace Corps volunteer in Honduras and trekked the Annapurna Circuit in...

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