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Yosemite National Park added Ackerson Meadow, 400 acres of critical wetlands and meadow habitat on the park's western boundary through a donation. The landmark addition was donated to the park through a cooperative effort between The Trust for Public Land, Yosemite Conservancy, and the National Park Service.
Visitors to Yosemite National Park in California have more room to roam after official on Wednesday announced a 400-acre expansion of the park - its largest in nearly 70 years.
To the delight of the local community, The Trust for Public Land and the Bureau of Land Management announced today that 2,576 acres has been acquired by the Bureau of Land Management within the Río Grande Del Norte National Monument.
The Trust for Public Land today praised action by the Governor and California legislature to invest money from California’s landmark climate change law to help green cities and prepare communities to deal with climate change.
Getting out into nature just got easier for residents of Loveland with the protection of 78 acres of prime wildlife habitat, agricultural lands and wetlands adjacent to the Morey Wildlife Reserve on the west side of the city.
On the same day the National Park Service celebrated its 100th anniversary, The Trust for Public Land donated 282 acres to the Saguaro National Park. The donation, which includes part of Rincon Creek, is located on the east side of the National Park and adds a critical water resource to the park area.
Saguaro National Park is receiving a special gift as the National Park Service celebrates its centennial on Thursday, Aug. 25: a donation of 282 acres of land for an expansion of the park’s district east of Tucson.
The people of Hawai‘i will forever be able walk the path of South Kona’s ancestors, thanks to the purchase and protection of the 59‐acre Kauleolī fishing village by The Trust for Public Land, the National Park Service’s Ala Kahakai National Historic Trail, and lineal descendants of the area.
The Trust for Public Land announced today it has purchased the land for the future Astoria Hot Springs Park.
The Trust for Public Land is bringing together the partners who successfully protected 3,020 acres of land in the Haskill Creek watershed east of Whitefish for a community celebration on July 16. Speakers at the celebration will include the landowner, F.H. Stoltze Land & Lumber Company General Manager Chuck Roady, members of the Montana Congressional Delegation, state and federal government officials, and Whitefish Mayor John Muhlfeld.