Blog Entries by The Trust for Public Land

No surprise for a bunch of park people, we’re usually the last to know about a new video game. We level up with a steep hike, and our idea of multiplayer is Frisbee on the grass. So when does the virtual world catch our eye? Well, when it looks like this:

Water woes have always been a fact of life in the American West: it’s a region defined less by a compass point than by the fact that its residents can’t take the rains for granted. This year, El Niño-driven storms have helped refill depleted reservoirs and revive listless pastures.

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

The latest addition to Chattanooga's greenway system is by no means the longest we've completed.

A decade ago, Richard Louv’s book Last Child in the Woods sounded the alarm: our culture's increasing alienation from the natural world is taking a toll on our kids.

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