Conservation Vision and GIS
In 2004 The Trust for Public Land commissioned renowned park planner Alexander Garvin to produce this report: The BeltLine Emerald Necklace: Atlanta's New Public Realm.
The role of parks and greenspace in redevelopment in Camden, New Jersey.
The Role of Parks and Greenspace in Redevelopment report looks at both the past and the future of parks in the city of Camden, including sites owned or managed by Camden County, Georgia.
This MetroGreen Action Plan provides a greenprint for a metropolitan system joining urban and rural green corridors throughout the seven-county Kansas City region. The plan is designed to protect and improve water quality in the region for the next 100 years, and to protect and enhance the region’s existing natural elements, and the quality of life area residents cherish.
Keeping our Commitment: Preserving Land in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed, a report published by The Trust for Public Land and the Chesapeake Bay Commission, details the results of regional watershed land conservation initiatives in Virginia, Maryland and Pennsylvania intended to guide the next decade of restoration in the Chesapeake Bay watershed.
Using Land Conservation to Guide Growth and Preserve the Character of Our Communities, Volume II. How to Define a Conservation Vision.
Using Land Conservation to Guide Growth and Preserve the Character of Our Communities, Volume I. This overview summarizes three reports intended to guide local governments in protecting open space and natural resources in the face of growth and development.
Using Land Conservation to Guide Growth and Preserve the Character of Our Communities, Volume IV: How To Acquire And Manage Park And Conservation Lands
Using Land Conservation to Guide Growth and Preserve the Character of Our Communities, Volume III: How To Secure Conservation Funds
The Century Plan-A Study of One Hundred Conservation Sites in the Barnegat Bay Watershed is a report that describes 100 high-priority conservation and public access sites in need of protection.