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Once a year, the hills of Resaca, Georgia, ring with the sound of cannon-fire as hard-charging history buffs recreate scenes from the Civil War.

Fought in 1864, the Battle of Resaca is one many people know only from textbooks. But even if you couldn't tell a blockade from a bivouac, the...

National Trails Day is this Saturday, June 7th. If you’re lucky, you're heading to the woods to enjoy a celebratory hike—or even better, a volunteer event. But...

Behind-the-scenes of #OurLand

This week marks the launch of #OurLand—The Trust for Public Land's effort to inspire you to speak up for the parks, trails, and wild places you love. We created this campaign to remind everyone that public lands are our land, yours and mine, and that they're worth...

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...

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