Blog Entries by The Trust for Public Land

Though they’re still in grade school, the kids at C.S. 154 in Harlem are already learning a valuable life lesson: if they’re willing to sweat, they’ll go far—like, marathon far. 

After more than 150 years on a small, inland reservation, the Kashia band of Pomo Indians has at last returned to the California coast. 

Chances are, your favorite outdoor memories aren’t just of the places you’ve been—they’re also about the people who’ve joined you for the adventure.

From the door of her apartment, Artyene Wilson can see the sparkling expanse of Lake Erie stretching away to the horizon. “You can’t beat the view,” she says. “On a sunny day our water is so beautiful and blue.”

If you're a Trust for Public Land member, it's time to check your mailbox: the fall/winter 2016 issue of Land&People—our award-winning magazine for people who love the land—should be arriving any day. 

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