Blog Entries by The Trust for Public Land

Thanks to The Trust for Public Land members, dozens of irreplaceable landscapes were protected in 2013. Hundreds of acres were saved. And thousands of people are able to connect with nature at public parks and open spaces created with your invaluable support.

Who else is dreaming of a warm paradise as the temperature drops?

Rugged, rocky Maine keeps its secrets well. Among them: the High Peaks—a region of thriving forests, hidden lakes, and sweeping mountain vistas to rival the Rockies and Sierras.

You've been busy! In November, you swept the yard free of the last autumn leaves and prepped an amazing Thanksgiving meal—but did you know that you also helped conserve a mangrove forest and create a waterfront park? Last month, your support meant we were able to ...

Ronald “Kartoon” Antwine has lived across the street from the vacant lot on Monitor Ave for more than four decades.

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