Blog Entries by The Trust for Public Land

80 percent of the U.S. population now lives in cities, and those cities are increasingly at risk due to climate change. Rising sea levels, flooding, and intensifying heat waves are serious threats to city living. 

So that's the bad news. The good news is that parks can help. 

Today is World Water Day, and conservationists around the world are meeting up at creeks, beaches, and river banks to voice their support for clean water for all.

To locals, there’s never been any doubt that the windswept bluffs and gorgeous meadows of Point Arena are a national treasure.

You have a magnetic force that pulls at me constantly.

Over the years, I have been renewed by your beauty.

You restored my balance, my quiet harmony and wonder.

Paleontologist Scott Sampson, chief curator of the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, is using his passion for Tyrannosaurus Rex and the gang to encourage America’s most indoor-oriented generation to get outside and ex

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