Blog Entries by The Trust for Public Land

It's National Public Lands Day! Good thing, too—because these incredible places need your help now more than ever.

Mount Hunter. Vinson Massif. Latok II. Tsering Masong. Rakekniven Peak.

Before anyone hyped kombucha or acai berry smoothies, a simpler drink was all the rage among health nuts: mineral water, drawn from natural springs.

The National Park Service is marking its hundredth birthday with a special gift to kids. In a bid to get more students and families outdoors, the “Every Kid in a Park” initiative is providing free entrance passes to every fourth grader in the country throughout the 2015-2016 school year.

North America's highest peak rises 20,310 feet above forests of spruce and aspen, a snow-shrouded behemoth that has always defied description. Trying his best in 1906, naturalist Charles Sheldon said that nothing he wrote "could convey any suggestion of it"—perhaps the reason that the native Atha