Clean water protection
The 3,000-acre Webber Lake property is a look back in time.
Pleasure House Point, a 122-acre waterfront parcel at Chesapeake Bay in Virginia Beach had been eyed by residents, conservationists, real estate developers, and local officials for years.
The Trust for Public Land worked with the Madison Land
Conservation Trust (MLCT) to purchase and permanately protect 77 acres of open space in North
Madison, the former Summer Hill Road homestead of the
Bauermeister family, which... Read more
Morgan Ranch is a private homestead dating back to the gold-rush era of the late 1800s. It sits at the heart of the Frank Church—River of Return Wilderness, the second-largest protected wilderness in the continental United States.
The scenic High Country Ranch offers dramatic views and richly diverse habitat. But at 11,655 acres, this property in the Rio Vallecitos watershed is at high risk of development.
The Isinglass River flows through one of the fastest-growing regions of New Hampshire. It is a prized recreation spot for local anglers and boating enthusiasts, as well as a critical source of drinking water for many towns.
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.
Over the past 50 years, more than 97% of the coastal wetlands on the Detroit River have been destroyed by shoreline development.
Famed biologist, E. O. Wilson, claims Tuscaloosa County’s Hurricane Creek to be one of the most diverse ecosystems in the world. This land, located within minutes of the University of Alabama, has been a much-loved destination amongst students and locals... Read more
Everyone understands the value of lakefront property.