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Vermont Town Forests

New England is rich in traditions, and our favorite is the community forest. It's an idea with its roots in the colonial era, when surveyors set aside public commons for grazing livestock, gathering fuel, and supporting schools and churches. Later laws gave local authorities the ability to...

Youngest Robie on the farm

When we gather around the table with our loved ones this Thanksgiving, we'll be sharing a success story—and a delicious dish!—from a New England farm where your support has made a big difference this year. 

Last year, we told you about our work to save ...

Though they live in a state famous for outdoor recreation, most of the children in Denver’s Montbello community lack access to parks and green space. To change that, The Trust for Public Land recently helped secure more than five acres of land in the neighborhood for the future ...

They grow up so fast! Chicago's newest park and trail is just past six months old, and we're marking the occasion with a new video. We took to the skies for a unique perspective on how the converted rail-line is uniting the neighborhoods it once divided—and chatted with locals to get their first...

Land&People magazine

For more than 40 years, The Trust for Public Land has worked to connect people to nature, parks, and each other. These connections are the focus of the latest issue of Land&People, our award-winning member magazine—hot off the press this week!

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