• A peak in King, Washington

    Speaking up for public lands: how to write a letter to your representatives

    If you really want to make an impression, there’s a lot to be said for doing it the old-fashioned way.

  • People enjoying the bridge in South Chickamauga

    Chattanooga bridges the greenway gap

    "Now there's true connectivity into neighborhoods. This is a big deal."

  • The Equipo Verde participates in a clean up day at an LA Green Alley as a part of the Avalon Green Alleys program.

    Meet the Equipo Verde: allies for alleys

    They're turning a neglected alleyway in South Los Angeles into a walkable, bikeable, beautiful public resource.

  • A woman plays fetch with her dog at Whitefish Lake in the Haskill Basin in Whitefish, MT

    In Montana, a community keeps the water flowing

    A local ballot measure to fund the protection of Haskill Basin passed with an overwhelming majority of 84 percent.

  • A snowy Wilson Peak rises above autumn forests near Telluride, Colorado

    Trading spaces for a famous Fourteener

#OurLand: Bark for parks!
After meeting the pups of Potso , we can't get enough of the dog-park scene. We went off-leash at
Few sights dazzle the eye like a stunning display of fall foliage. With fall in full swing at Trust for Public Land-protected parks around
Nothing gets tails wagging like a day at the park—it's the best place for a game of fetch, a good mud-bath, and a long W-A-L-K. That's why
Thanks to everyone who voted for our Avalon Green Alley Demonstration
Saint Croix River
Canoeing solo is one thing, but getting on the river with a friend has its own set of challenges. Even a little mix-up can send you
Children standing by a pond
As a boy, I spent a good chunk of my summers on one of New Hampshire's many ponds. Our family would rent a small cottage, and my two
Androscoggin Headwaters, New Hampshire
In New Hampshire, conservationists of all kinds are celebrating the resolution of a six-year effort to safeguard the forests and streams of
The Trust for Fido's Land
Making new friends is tough. Add the challenge of acclimating to a new city and a new culture, and the going gets even tougher. When
Rising country star Holly Williams
Singer-songwriter Holly Williams grew up with an affinity for wide open spaces, thanks to time
A new day for Denver's oldest park
"As a mother and a grandmother, I was not going to allow another generation to have to go out of their neighborhood to go to a good park
Huey Johnson Bohemian Magazine
Jump for joy!
Nature lovers across America are joining us to take a stand for public land at tpl.org/ourland . If you still need
Jack Johnson #OurLand postcard
Before his chilled-out tunes had us all craving beach time (and banana pancakes), singer-songwriter
The Trust for Coastal California's Land
30 years ago, fellow farmers told Jim Cochran, founder of Swanton Berry Farm , he'd never be
WILD Trailer (Reese Witherspoon - 2014)
The trailer for the new film WILD based on author
The Preserve, Connecticut
Locals know this leafy wonderland as simply, “The Preserve”—but that’s a bit of a misnomer. In fact, the thousand-acre property is the
Family vacation
We are now in the middle of summer, which for many parents often means packing up the car, the kids, and hitting the road to visit favorite
Erik Weihenmayer’s adventures have taken him from Himalayan peaks to Antarctic ice: he’s the
Grilled cheese sandwich with Robie Farm toma
Robie farm is a true family business. Stop by on any given day, and you might spot Grandma Betty
People gather in a public park to watch the fireworks
The Fourth of July holiday signals the beginning of the nation’s most popular outdoor season. Over the long holiday weekend, tens of
The Trust for Alex's Land
Because it feels great to end a day with a sunset hike. Because the beauty of the land is an inspiration. Because we need more places where
Michael Lee's photo of his son catching a wave at Canaveral National Seashore received 743 votes
More than 300 of you shared your best nature shots for our #NeverStillLife
Battle of Resaca
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