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You may remember Newark Riverfront Park—one of The Trust for Public Land's proudest "land for people" success stories of 2013. Today, we're thrilled to celebrate some big news for the park: it's the recipient of the Environmental...

It's National Public Lands Day! Good thing, too—because these incredible places need your help now more than ever.

Some powerful politicians are making an unprecedented push to sell off or transfer the public lands that are our shared American heritage: from hidden trails and favorite...

 

Mount Hunter. Vinson Massif. Latok II. Tsering Masong. Rakekniven Peak. Even before the Himalayan expedition documented in the stunning new film, Meru, mountaineer Conrad Anker had amassed a list of first ascents spanning the wildest...

Santa Barbara in 1898

Before anyone hyped kombucha or acai berry smoothies, a simpler drink was all the rage among health nuts: mineral water, drawn from natural springs. In the late 1800s and early 1900s, American companies touted the restorative power of spring water to treat ailments from rheumatism to bronchitis...

The National Park Service is marking its hundredth birthday with a special gift to kids. In a bid to get more students and families outdoors, the “Every Kid in a Park” initiative is providing free entrance passes to every fourth grader in the country throughout the 2015-2016 school year.

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