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With summer fast approaching, we're already clocking plenty of quality time at our neighborhood parks. But do you ever wonder how your local park system compares to other cities? 

To answer this question, The Trust for Public Land created the ParkScore...

News broke this week that The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has recommended approval of an ambitious, $1-billion proposal to restore habitat, widen the river, create wetlands, and provide access points and...

As reported in today's LA Times, "Neighbors treat the Corralitas Red Car property like a park—and now it's one step closer to becoming one."

The Trust for Public Land is moving forward with...

A deep breath, a big jump, and the first splash of summer. It's a feeling city kids treasure year-round. Now, the permanent protection of a forest retreat on Staten Island means more campers will be making memories for generations to come. 

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The newest issue of Land&People hits Trust for Public Land member mailboxes this week. (Have you gotten yours yet? Share your thoughts by leaving a comment below).

Our Spring/Summer 2014 health issue highlights some of the countless ways that parks and...

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