Conservation Vision and GIS

This report is concerned with the changing nature of the ranching landscape in the Okanogan Valley and eastern Okanogan County, especially as it concerns fragmentation and turnover in large, agricultural properties and the local effects of these trends.... Read more

Barnegat Bay 2020: A Vision for the Future of Conservation outlines the future of a rejuvenated watershed by:
  • making a case for land conservation as a water quality protection tool... Read more

The Trust for Public Land conducted a study of parkland in the five major cities of the Hampton Roads area of Virginia. Hampton Roads has almost twice as much city shoreline as New York City and more than nine times as much city shoreline as either Boston... Read more

One of the fastest growing counties in the state, Travis County is surrounded by hills on the west and blackland prairie on the east. Many of the 850,000 residents work for the government, or in high tech industry, research, and education.

This report on Salem, Oregon's park system was created assist in creating the city's 1999 Park and Recreation master plan.

The Open Space Implementation Strategy was prepared for the city of Waukegan, Illinois, for their Lakefront-Downtown Master Plan.

This report is based on findings from research on the potential role of community ownership and management of forestland that included GIS analysis, interviews, surveys, input from two workshops, and five case studies of Community Forests in northern New... Read more

The Connecticut River drains almost one sixth of New England and a third of the land mass of the four states through which it flows. It encompasses a spectacular diversity of landscapes, each with a character that is both locally unique and consistent with... Read more

In 2006, California voters approved Proposition 84, providing the state $400 million for new and revitalized parks. The Trust for Public Land developed an allocation system based on where parks are needed most in order to guarantee that Proposition 84... Read more

This report identifies the regionally significant acquisition and conservation priorities for King County, Washington.

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