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In the news
July 11, 2014

City and state officials broke ground on a new urban farm in Roxbury Friday afternoon, at 227 Harold Street. Universal Hub reports neighborhood residents joined in the celebration, as work commenced on the Garrison-Trotter Farm, which will allow trained local residents cultivate and dish out fresh produce to Roxbury dwellers and local restaurants.

Press release
Boston |
July 10, 2014

Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced today that The Trust for Public Land,a leading national nonprofit land conservation organization, has acquired and received permit approval from the City of Boston to create the first urban farm in Boston allowed under the City's new "Article 89" farming rules.

In the news
July 8, 2014

One thousand acres at stake. Voters must approve borrowing 3 million dollars.

Press release
July 7, 2014

Voters came out in droves for Tuesday’s $3 million appropriation referendum to purchase 930 acres of the long-embattled 1,000 acre Preserve property. In all, 2244 votes were cast, including 98 absentee ballots. Town officials agreed that it was likely a record turnout for a single issue referendum in Old Saybrook.

In the news
July 6, 2014

On June 10, hundreds of people came out for a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate a new "greened" schoolyard at William Dick Elementary School.

Press release
Concord, NH |
June 29, 2014

Today The Trust for Public Land unveiled the findings of a new report entitled New Hampshire’s Return on Investment in Land Conservation. The report quantitatively demonstrates that state investment in land conservation has measurable economic value. Conserved lands provide natural goods and services such as water quality protection, wildlife habitat and air pollution removal - all important to New Hampshire’s strong economy and jobs.

Press release
San Francisco |
June 25, 2014

The Trust for Public Land, the only national conservation organization dedicated to creating parks and protecting land for people, today announced the launch of #OurLand , an outreach campaign designed to spur a movement to inspire people to share why nature matters to them.

In the news
June 23, 2014

The overgrown Coogan Farm dates to the 17th century and is a keystone parcel between Mystic Aquarium, Mystic Seaport and the Denison Pequotsepos Nature Center property once eyed for development, but some locals had a different idea.

Press release
Chicago |
June 22, 2014

The Trust for Public Land has announced the final land acquisition for The 606 park and trail system on Chicago's northwest side, adding a new access park adjacent to the western trailhead. The non-profit, which serves as project manager on behalf of the Chicago Park District, coordinating fundraising, community engagement, land acquisition and park development, has entered into $2.975 million agreement to acquire the Magid Glove factory at 1800 N. Ridgeway Avenue.

Press release
June 9, 2014

Mayor Michael A. Nutter, Superintendent Dr. William Hite and The Trust for Public Land made two announcements today regarding the City's efforts to green schoolyards and recreation centers. Construction is nearly complete on a new schoolyard at William Dick Elementary School which will officially open to students and the community later this summer. Across the street from the school, construction is beginning at Hank Gathers Recreation Center.


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