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The Trust for Public Land, Newark Public Schools, and the Lafayette Street School community announced their partnership and plans to transform the Lafayette Street School playground with the launch of an ambitious community campaign.
A new park is currently under construction on the north side of Bozeman. Cleanup efforts at the new Story Mill Community Park are wrapping up and now developers are trying to come up with a finalized design for the park. They are looking to the community for feedback.
Philadelphia Mayor Michael A. Nutter announced the expansion of the city’s innovative Green2015 partnership along with several colleagues this week, celebrating the pending completion of William Cramp Elementary School’s new green schoolyard in Philadelphia.
The crashing waves along the jagged Sonoma coastline near Stewart’s Point reverberated through the soul of Walter Antone. He heard the deep layers of years in each slap of wave against rock — the childhood he spent fishing along the cliffs with his father — and even father back when his ancestors would fish and gather abalone and mussels along the same cliffs.
Today, Mayor Michael A. Nutter, Deputy Mayor/Department of Parks and Recreation Commissioner Michael DiBerardinis, School District of Philadelphia Superintendent Dr. William R. Hite, Jr., Philadelphia Water Department Deputy Commissioner Christopher Crockett, and The Trust for Public Land's Jeff Danter, Senior Vice President and Atlantic Seaboard Division Director, announced the expansion of the City's innovative Green2015 partnership and celebrated the latest accomplishment in the initiative, the pending completion of a new green schoolyard at the William Cramp Elementary School.
Sonoma County supervisors have signed off on the final piece of a complex deal that will transfer nearly 700 acres of the Kashia Band of Pomo Indians’ ancestral lands near Stewarts Point back to the tribe in exchange for permission to build a public bluff-top trail along more than a mile of sweeping coastline.
The former Mount Ascutney Resort will likely become part of the West Windsor Town Forest this December — which could mean a return to organized skiing on its trails as soon as this winter.
History, hiking, pumpkins and two farmstead cheesemakers fill a foliage-painted weekend in the Upper Valley
Frogtown has never had much in the way of parks or green space. Now, crops will sprout.