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Books and reports from The Trust for Public Land

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This report highlights some state programs that  are catalysts of conservation, leading local governments and a network of other partners to protect our land and water resources.

The annual City Park Facts report covers park acreage, spending, and accessibility as well as the number of specific types of parks in each city.

Around the San Francisco Bay, land is scarce and costly. And people have opinions.

Map of completed projects in New Hampshire  through 2013.

The Trust for Public Land and the Office of Hawaiian Affairs are now working on a greenprint plan to balance development with conservation based on a scientifically sound planning process that balances both the community's opinion and takes the land's special values into account.

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