Greenprint

In early 2000s, Deschutes County was one of the most rapidly growing counties in the state. Beautiful scenery, accessible recreation, and abundant wildlife attracted people and business, transforming the local economy, and threatening the very qualities... Read more

Deschutes County is one of the nation's fastest-growing counties. With no comprehensive countywide plan prioritizing the lands for conservation and recreation, the outstanding quality of life attracting entrepreneurs and new residents to the region was... 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.

In Texas, the nation's "Third Coast" stretches 367 miles from Louisiana to Mexico and includes the state's rarest environments.

In ancient times, Waimea Valley belonged to the kahuna (priestly class of Hawaiians). Waimea is one of the last intact ahupua'a (traditional mountain to sea land division) on the island of O'ahu, and contains a spectacular waterfall, the recently restored... Read more

This report serves as a guide to the open space needs of the Austin/Travis County area today and in the future.

This is a summary of a longer report that explores the changing nature of agricultural production in the Okanogan Valley
and the complementary roles of agricultural land preservation and land conservation.

KENT, CT: Six properties on Skiff Mountain in northwest Connecticut will be permanently protected from development, The Trust for Public Land announced today.

Chambers County is experiencing new opportunities as development and economic growth march steadily east from Harris County. These changes bring jobs, income, housing, and improved infrastructure.

The Penobscot Valley Community Greenprint is a project led by The Trust for Public Land, Bangor Land Trust, Eastern Maine Development Corporation, and Penobscot Valley Council of Governments.

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