Meet our experts
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.
The recent purchase of 2,085 acres in Duxbury by The Trust for Public Land will boost Camels Hump State Park's amenities, access and wildlife, according to a news release Monday from the California-based nonprofit.
Camel’s Hump State Park is growing by more than 2,000 acres, The Trust for Public Land and State of Vermont announced today.
Growing up in Wahiawā, Lea Hong’s playground was the North Shore. She rarely ventured into town and never, ever went as far as Sandy Beach. Yet, as the director of the Hawaiian Islands Program for The Trust for Public Land, Hong, 50, has helped communities across O‘ahu preserve hundreds of acres of wild coastline from development in 2015 alone.
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.
I’m a lifelong fisherman. My father and I started fishing together in the early 1970s, and we’ve been at it ever since. We’ll both fish for anything with fins, but our favorite is wild brook trout in the streams of Maine’s north woods. One of our favorite places, Cold Stream, is only an hour up Route 201 from my home in Skowhegan.