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Monterey residents will soon have a chance to enjoy more access to Palo Corona Regional Park and badly needed water will be returned to the Carmel River under a plan announced today by a coalition of conservation organizations to protect 140 acres along the river.
Off-leash dog parks led the pack in new urban parks, growing by 4 percent in 2015 and 89 percent since 2007, according to The Trust for Public Land’s most recent data on the nation’s 100 biggest city park systems across the country.
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 Trust for Public Land officially opened the South Chickamauga Creek Greenway connector bridge Saturday, linking the greenway to the Tennessee Riverwalk in a major step forward for the city's growing network of urban trails.
More than 2,000 acres has been added to Camel’s Hump State Park. This addition aims to expand recreational trails and protect wildlife habitat and the headwaters of Dowsville Brook, a tributary of the Mad River.
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.
A new state forest in Rutland County named after conservation-minded former U.S. Sen. Jim Jeffords opens this month, thanks to pooled resources of federal and state agencies, nonprofit groups and individual donors.