Clean water protection

There are corners of Montana where it can seem like time stands still. In the hush of a deep forest or the chatter of a trout stream, the imagination wanders back to an era in the West when the woods were wild and deals were sealed with a handshake.

The Trust for Public Land, Green Diamond Resource Company and Washington State Department of Natural Resources today announced they have permanently protected 6,967 acres of... Read more

The Trust for Public Land, City of Whitefish, F.H. Stoltze Land & Lumber, and Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks today announced that they have recorded a conservation easement on 3,020 acres owned by F.H. Stoltze Land & Lumber Company in the... Read more

The Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area in suburban Atlanta is growing by 47 acres, which will nearly complete an eight-mile corridor of conserved public land along the river, The Trust for Public Land and the National Park Service announced today... Read more

Haskill Basin is a done deal. The Trust for Public Land, the city of Whitefish, F.H. Stoltze Land and Lumber Co., and Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks said Wednesday they have recorded a conservation easement on more than 3,000 acres in the Haskill Creek... Read more

The nonprofit Trust for Public Land will within days begin the process of reopening Astoria Hot Springs to the public as part of a 100-acre park.The natural hot springs are located 16 miles south of Jackson on the bank of the Snake River within property... Read more

The proposal to rebuild Astoria Hot Springs  has been widely supported in the community. A rezoning application recently approved by the Teton County commissioners paves the way for the historic springs to return, albeit in a different form.

A plan to bring a long-loved amenity back to Teton County is making headway through the county’s planning process. For 40 years Astoria Hot Springs offered spring-fed soaking, open space and... Read more

For decades, residents and visitors to Jackson, Wyoming, enjoyed these natural mineral soaking pools on the banks of the Snake River for birthday parties, picnics, and camping trips.

Kanewai Spring is one of the last remaining freshwater springs in Honolulu. The spring feeds into Kanewai Fishpond, the Paiko Wildlife Sanctuary, and Maunalua Bay.