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The Trust for Public Land today praised the Senate vote to permanently renew the Land and Water Conservation Fund, the federal government’s leading funding source for land protection across the nation.
TD Bank has donated $850,000 to The Trust for Public Land to install six Fitness Zone® areas in Miami-Dade County parks, the two organizations announced today.
If you live in Miami, you enjoy great year-round weather and plenty of places to take advantage of the sunshine. It’s no wonder Miami is regularly voted as one of the nation’s healthiest cities.
This past week, Milan bought land to begin creating a community forest. It will provide the town with income through sustainable timber harvesting, as well as places for local residents to hike, hunt, fish and enjoy the outdoors.
The town of Milan today bought land to begin creating a community forest that will provide the town with income through sustainable timber harvesting, as well as places for local residents to hike, hunt, fish and enjoy the outdoors.
Camel’s Hump State Park is growing by more than 2,000 acres, The Trust for Public Land and State of Vermont announced today.
The Mad River Valley community was challenged by Sugarbush president Win Smith to match his $10,000 gift to complete the purchase of a 2,000-acre addition to Camel’s Hump State Park, the Dowsville Headwaters.
The Trust for Public Land and Trout Unlimited today announced the purchase of the Cold Stream forest, a 8,159-acre property near the The Forks which will provide public access and protect habitat for deer and wild brook trout, including more than 3,000 acres of deer wintering area and seven wild brook trout ponds.
The land around one of the northern Sierra Nevada’s most popular trailheads has been taken off the market and sold to the Tahoe National Forest, The Trust for Public Land and Truckee Donner Land Trust announced today.
The Flying H Ranch in southeastern Arizona has been permanently protected to enhance water supplies for the San Pedro River, protect wildlife habitat, and allow continued ranching operations, The Trust for Public Land announced today.