After decades of uncertainty, conservation groups say they are getting closer to reaching their goal of saving two ridge line lots near the Ka Iwi Coast from development.
The events of this summer and fall in our region, celebrating our deep and wonderful connections to the sea, should prove to even the largest doubters that the words "maritime" and "heritage" can attract not only tourists to our shores, but also the interest our residents.
Officials with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Trust for Public Land were on Staten Island this week to bring attention to the importance of preserving wetlands.
West Windsor residents appear to be supportive of a plan to buy former ski trails on Ascutney Mountain to preserve for recreational uses.
It was an evening filled with equal parts celebration and gratitude as friends and supporters of Wayzata’s Big Woods gathered Sept. 25. The occasion? To recognize the organizations and community members that came together to preserve the site 10 years ago.
Students at Junior High School 162, The Willoughby (J.H.S. 162), in Bushwick, aren’t just participants in the creation of their own green spaces, but in doing so, they’re the first few groups of students to lead the charge for environmental protection in the neighborhood.
Concrete that was pulled from the banks along a stretch of the East Gallatin River sits in a pile at what will be the Story Mill Community Park.
Official town forests are really a 20th century invention...brought to the United States by European scientific foresters, and a response to depleted timberlands and the growing conservation movement.
When a park on the drawing boards for the city's East End becomes a reality, John Maldondo, 11, a Jettie S. Tisdale Elementary School sixth-grader, can point to its splash pad and say, "That was my idea."
The Tenderloin, known more for hustlers than hopscotch, is set to become home to two of San Francisco's most inviting playground