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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...

We asked Trust for Public Land fans to submit a favorite action shot in nature for our #NeverStillLife photo contest, and boy did you ever! There's still time to submit your own snapshot and enter to win one of the four GoPro cameras we have up for grabs....

Sowing seeds of community

At P.S. 164 in  Brooklyn, NY, students are growing more than flowers and vegetables. The "Green Team" tends a thriving garden that also serves as a community gathering place—a precious resource in a crowded city. 

In the short film above, educator Taura McMeekin explains how the fertile...

Good news for those thirsty for more park space—or just plain thirsty: Goose Island Beer Company is donating a portion of proceeds from their delicious Green Line Pale Ale to our work on The 606, Chicago’s next great park.

The Trust for Public Land is leading the effort to transform...

In a newsletter to his constituents in the fall of 1969, Senator Gaylord Nelson announced an “environmental teach-in” planned for college campuses the following year—an event that would come to be known as the first Earth Day. In the newsletter, he...

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