The Queens version of the High Line is one small step closer to becoming a reality.
As I have previously written about, several recently unveiled projects in Chicago have been justifiably attracting a lot of attention. Most of these, including the impressive expansion of the Riverwalk, are, as one might expect, located in the central,... Read more
Dosewallips State Park is one of Washington's most-visited natural areas. Visitors can stay year-round in the cabins and enjoy hiking, birdwatching, and wildlife viewing.
The final 1,364-acre piece of a historic 5,000-acre property near Taos will be protected by adding it to the Carson National Forest, The Trust for Public Land and U.S. Forest Service announced today.
In 2010, Mount Ascutney shout down its lifts. Now, thanks to a group of locals, it is on its way to becoming one of Vermont's hottest destinations for mountain biking and back country skiing.
Thomas Jefferson declared the view of the Potomac and Shenandoah rivers from Harpers Ferry as "worth the voyage across the Atlantic." Each year, more than a quarter of a million people view this spectacular backdrop from Harpers Ferry National Historical... Read more
On a recent sunny August afternoon, more than 200 supporters of the effort to protect the 1,000 acre forest known as The Preserve gathered to mark the official opening of the property to the public.
The Valley and the state got an amazing gift this week with the news that a 2,085-acre parcel of land that abuts Camel's Hump State Park will be purchased by The Trust for Public Land and given to the state.
Governor Dannel P. Malloy and U.S.
The Trust for Public Land, a national non-profit organization that creates parks and protects land for public use, says they are closing in on their goal to create a new state forest named in honor of former Vermont Senator Jim Jeffords