Clean water protection

Toms River Council members have approved a proposed plan to purchase the former Camp Albocondo campground property from the Trust for Public Land.

A 260-acre former dairy farm in Sussex County that was once slated to be the site of a massive residential and commercial development will be permanently preserved through a $5.8 million agreement announced last week.

Headwaters Ranch is one of largest undeveloped properties in Lake County. Situated near the Top of the Rockies National Scenic and Historic Byway, the ranch offers stunning panoramic views of the Arkansas River Valley and some of Colorado’s iconic 14,000-... Read more

Located in Duxbury, Vermont, the 2,085 acres known as the Dowsville Headwaters sits adjacent to Camel’s Hump State Park, one of Vermont’s most iconic sites. The Trust for Public Land is now... Read more

Kittatinny Valley State Park grew by more than 220 acres Tuesday, and the borough added to its own parkland with the closing on the land purchase that brings most of the 260-acre Francisco farm under open space preservation.

Today The Trust for Public Land announced the acquisition of 260 acres of Francisco Farm, helping the Sussex County community save a local treasure from the threat of large-scale development.

Francisco Farm, also known as the Beazer Homes... Read more

The protection of the Northfield Forest is the latest of many conservation projects organized by the Trust for Public Land. The organization announced Wednesday that it had reached an agreement with Northfield Mount Hermon School to keep the 1,650-acre... Read more

A public celebration is being planned to note the acquisition of 226 acres of high-quality forestland in the Issaquah Alps - the result of a partnership between King County and The Trust for Public Land.

"Our... Read more

About 3,000 acres near Whitefish topped the US Forest Service's list of conservation projects through the Forest Legacy Program. This also happens to be the same land where Whitefish gets nearly three-quarters of its water supply.

For more than a century, the Northfield Mount Hermon School in Northfield, Massachusetts, owned much of the 1,600-acre forest that forms the northeastern backdrop of the town. Besides being a key resource for outdoor... Read more

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