Clean water protection
One of the largest undeveloped Mississippi River properties in the Twin Cities region has been protected as a new conservation area, the City of Elk River and The Trust for Public Land announced today. Protection of the land has been a priority for the... Read more
The Trust for Public Land is purchasing a 2,085-acre parcel of land in Duxbury which will be given to the state to be added to the Camel's Hump State Forest.
Conservationists in Toms River Township had long tried to protect Camp Albocondo-a former private campground on the banks of the Toms River, which flows to Barnegat Bay. When a residential subdivision was proposed for the site in 2010, The Trust for Public... Read more
A bipartisan group of lawmakers said yesterday they are dedicated to ensuring the Land and Community Heritage Investment Program is fully funded in the state’s next budget
To help cities better manage stormwater, The Trust for Public Land incorporates green infrastructure solutions into many of our parks and playgrounds. These "greening" practices can be anything that helps absorb, delay, and treat stormwater, like... Read more
More than two dozen NGOs including conservation and outdoor recreation organizations announced their endorsement today for the Urban Water Federal Partnership, a collaboration of 14 federal agencies that aims to boost local economies and create jobs by... Read more
The Trust for Public Land, Toms River Township and Ocean County announced today the permanent protection of the 58-acre former Camp Albocondo property along the Toms River, north of Winding River Park. This future parkland will protect water quality and... Read more
A record $13 billion for land conservation was approved by voters across America Tuesday, including large statewide measures in Florida, New Jersey, and California, The Trust for Public Land announced today.
"Tuesday was a remarkable day for land... Read more
Heritage Park was open to the public in May after years of remediation and on Monday it was officially unveiled as a new recreation area.
Stakeholders from New Hampshire’s outdoor, forestry and conservation community met with U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte for a roundtable discussion last week.