The Wenatchee Foothills are the visual and recreational anchor for a distinctly livable, beautiful, and growing community. They provide close to home recreational opportunities for the 75,000 people living in the Wenatchee Metropolitan Area. With their... Read more
A park deficits and opportunities assessment in Santa Ana, California, the country's eighth-most densely populated city.
The North Brooklyn neighborhoods of Williamsburg and Greenpoint have miles of waterfront on both the East River and Newtown Creek, but unlike Manhattan residents across the way, the 160,000 residents of these communities had limited public access to the... Read more
In response to the growing threat of development in the scenic Litchfield Hills, TPL partnered with the Housatonic Valley Association (HVA) to create The Litchfield Hills Greenprint Program. The Greenprint utilizes the latest mapping technology to identify... Read more
The Stemilt-Squilchuck Watershed lies southwest of Wenatchee in the beautiful Cascade foothills. In 2007, 2,580 acres in the heart of the watershed were to be sold to a developer specializing in high-end resorts. To save this landscape, The Trust for... Read more
Between March 2007 and June 2009, twelve Penobscot Valley communities collaborated to address land use and conservation on a regional scale. The Communities worked together under the leadership of The Trust for Public Land, the Penobscot Valley Council of... Read more
Integrating the full set of services The Trust for Public Land offers, the Maine CommunityScape Initiative is working to break down barriers that have traditionally kept neighboring towns and cities from working together to protect and enhance the state's... Read more
In 2010, Green Shores NYC, a community non-profit group representing Astoria and Long Island City, turned to The Trust for Public Land to help develop the community's vision of a green, accessible waterfront. To kick-start the project, we conducted a... Read more