Blog Entries by The Trust for Public Land

If you're like us, you maybe—just maybe!—overdid it at Thanksgiving dinner—and today, the only thing less appealing than leftovers is the the idea of hitting of the gym.

After much deliberation, we're pleased to announce that the #OurLand movement has a new spokes-dog: black lab Bloo, captured here on a snowy romp with his best bud Barley in their hometown of Bozeman, Montana. Bloo's owner Carolyn

With Thanksgiving around the corner, we're thinking a lot about you: the more than 130,000 people who donated or took action to support The Trust for Public Land. There's no end to the reasons we're grateful for you—so we asked our staff to share just a few of them on camera.

Believe it or not, these are grins for green infrastructure. 

Election day saw contentious races across the country, but there's one thing we seem to agree on: protecting the places too special to lose. From coast to coast, voters approved record-breaking investments in parks, open space, and the health of our land and water.

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