Coastal lands

Love of the land and passion for protecting it were traditions in the family of Norman Yeon, who died in January 2004 at the age of 88. In 1885, Norman's father, John Yeon, left Canada to settle in Oregon, where he worked as a logger for $2.50 a day.... Read more

Balancing conservation with the needs of private property owners can be challenging, but win-win outcomes are possible. This was the case for 360-acre wetlands site on Crystal Creek, a spring creek tributary to Upper Klamath Lake in southern Oregon.

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Located in a flagship unit of the Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve, the Fleming Plantation was one of the region's largest and most productive sugar plantations in the 19th century. Today, TPL is helping, these 3,600 acres of magnificent... Read more

In Texas, the nation's "Third Coast" stretches 367 miles from Louisiana to Mexico and includes the state's rarest environments. Along the coast are ancient hardwood forests; coastal prairies, barrier islands, bays and wetlands; and bayous that reach deep... Read more

Ostermayer Bayou, a 45-acre property on the Texas coast, had been on the conservation radar for West Galveston since 2007, when a community greenprint identified the site as a high priority for protection. In August 2010, The Trust for Public Land... Read more

Perched above the marine terrace at the western edge of California's Gaviota Coast, the 43-acre Gaviota Village offers more than stunning ocean views. This recent 2008 addition to Gaviota State Park supports several species in multiple habitats that... Read more

The Coast Dairies property, owned for over a century by the Coast Dairies & Land Company, was the third-largest privately held piece of the California coast from San Francisco to the Mexican border. This unique 7,000-acre property surrounds the small... Read more

Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge has long been considered the best viewing site for Hawai`i's diverse seabird species. More than 450,000 visitors come each year to view threatened and endangered species such as the Laysan albatross, red-footed booby... Read more

The North Shore of O'ahu, Hawai'i, is justly famed for its natural beauty, quaint communities, and, perhaps above all, the monster waves that pound its beaches, attracting surfers from around the world. Overlooking the world-class surf breaks at the... Read more

 

Superstorm Sandy dramatized the importance of preserving low-lying coastal lands, and The Trust for Public Land has helped protect more than 1,800 acres in the New York Harbor region. Many of our waterfront projects in Brooklyn and Staten Island... Read more

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