A group of cyclists will tour the route of an abandoned rail line that advocates hope to turn into Queens' version of the High Line, complete with bike lanes, the organizers said.
The Story Mill Community Park is one step closer to becoming a reality. MTN's Keele Smith shows us why there's strong support for the plan.
A new wave of farming has just been made possible on the town’s historic Hayward Farm, with new owners Peter and Lynn Reading.
“Farmer Pete” and “Miss Lynn” acquire historic farmland with help from nonprofit The Trust for Public Land and Massachusetts Agricultural Preservation Program.
Lex Sant has joined the national board of directors of The Trust for Public Land, the organization announced today. Mr. Sant is the co-founder and managing director of Persimmon Tree Capital, a private equity firm focused on investments in renewable electricity and energy efficiency.
Advocates of an ambitious Green Alleys plan hope to turn blighted back alleys into pedestrian parks. This could have public health benefits for South LA, which has fewer public parks than any other urban area in Southern California.
The Sussex Avenue Renew School in Newark is getting a new playground, thanks to Ahavas Sholom, the oldest operating synagogue in Newark. Currently, the site is a barren asphalt expanse surrounded by a steel fence.
The funding for a new playground at Sussex Avenue School has been secured, the Trust for Public Land and a Newark-based Jewish congregation announced recently.
Forty-two acres of lush wetlands in the Slate River Valley, just a stone’s throw from the town of Crested Butte, have been conserved, concluding a multi-year, multi-million dollar effort to protect 322 acres of the Kochevar family lands.
The final funds needed to turn a barren asphalt schoolyard in Newark's Central Ward into a state-of-the-art green playground have been secured, The Trust for Public Land and Congregation Ahavas Sholom announced today.