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A city meets its river

Though they live within a stone’s throw of the mighty Passaic, many Newark residents have never seen the river up close. How could they? Contaminated by an industrial history — Agent Orange was manufactured here during the Vietnam war — the Passaic was declared one of the most severely polluted...

What would your love letter to your favorite park say? #iheartparks

What's so special about your favorite park? Could it be that perfect picnic spot? The winding trails? Those beautiful vistas? 

We want to know! With Valentine's Day approaching, write a short love letter to a park that's won your heart—whether it's a neighborhood playground or a...

Meet Victoria, one of LA's fittest grandmas.

We first met Victoria while shooting "LA's Fittest Grandmas," a short film about a group of seniors who work out twice a week at a Trust for Public Land Fitness Zone ® exercise area in Southern...

Assisted by a crew calling itself the "mosaic mafia," and working out of a movie prop yard in Burbank, Los Angeles artist Jolino Beserra is breathing life into a 30-foot cement dragon.

The Trust for Public Land...

In Brooklyn, kids are celebrating the opening of three more brand-new, custom-built playgrounds—the latest of more than 150 created for New York City public schools with help from The Trust for Public Land. The dramatic...

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