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The Trust for Public Land, with the assistance of Miami-Dade County and TD Bank, opened its first Green Infrastructure Fitness Zone® in Tropical Park on June 13, 2016.
The Trust for Public Land today announced it has acquired and donated to the state of New Jersey 413 acres in the Pinelands, which will help protect drinking water and provide more recreation for local residents within this vast network of forests, marshes and wetlands in south-central New Jersey.
Northeast Denver is getting a new open-space area and outdoor education center after the city and its partners broke ground Thursday on the Montbello Open Space Park and Environmental Learning Center for Kids.
In May 2015, we covered the resurrection of Vermont’s Mount Ascutney Resort, which had previously closed in 2010, in “Ascutney Ascension.” The article touches on efforts of the Trust for Public Land (TPL) and the local Brownsville and West Windsor Communities to breathe life back into a much beloved, defunct community ski area.
If you live in Minneapolis, there’s a 95 percent chance you live within a 10-minute walk to a park. That bragging right, plus a few others, make Minneapolis’s parks system the best of the 100 biggest cities in the country, beating out its next-door neighbor, St. Paul, for the top spot.
This past Saturday, elected officials joined with the nonprofit organization From Lot to Spot to celebrate the grand opening of Rudolph Park in the City of Lawndale.
The new schoolyard is the latest in a city-wide public/private partnership between the School District of Philadelphia, the City of Philadelphia, and national non-profit The Trust for Public Land to provide community green spaces in neighborhoods lacking high-quality outdoor places to play. The work advances the Kenney administration’s vision to create a more equitable citywide network of parks and community spaces.
Land inside Rocky Mountain National Park – including a group of rental cottages that has greeted hundreds of thousands of visitors who enter the park -- has been purchased and will eventually be added to the park, The Trust for Public Land and the Rocky Mountain Conservancy announced today.
Monterey residents will soon have a chance to enjoy more access to Palo Corona Regional Park and badly needed water will be returned to the Carmel River under a plan announced today by a coalition of conservation organizations to protect 140 acres along the river.