The Cranberry Mountain Wildlife Management Area (WMA) has expanded by one-third with New York State's acquisition of a 355-acre property in Putnam County that is prized for wildlife habitat and water quality protection.
In Utah's southwest corner, the Colorado Plateau, Great Basin, and Mojave Desert converge in a unique desert environment home to endangered species like the Mojave desert tortoise and native plants that grow nowhere else on Earth. The Red Cliffs National... Read more
Activities abound at scenic Smith Fork Ranch, one of the West's premier vacation ranches. Tucked within the Gunnison National Forest near the West Elk Wilderness Area, the ranch straddles three private miles of the Smith Fork of the Gunnison River and... Read more
The sprawling, 1900-acre River Ranch is located near the town of West Columbia, Texas, just 60 miles southeast of Houston. The concrete and skyscrapers of the nation's fourth largest city quickly give way to rare remnants of the Columbia Bottomlands... Read more
Residents of Connecticut treasure this 1,000-acre coastal forest as a place to connect with nature close to home. Known locally in Old Saybrook, Essex, and Westbrook as The Preserve, the woodland also plays an important role in maintaining water quality in... Read more
Montana's Haskill Basin provides nearly 75 percent of the water supply for the town of Whitefish, located near Glacier National Park. The basin's working forest has been harvested by F.H. Stoltze Land & Lumber Company for a hundred years, supporting a... Read more
Located near the growing recreational hubs of Carrabassett Valley, Rangeley, and Kingfield, Orbeton Stream’s nearly 6,000 acres comprise a significant part of Maine’s working forests. Protecting the property with a conservation easement will ensure a... Read more
The Trust for Public Land today announced a new program to begin conserving land for dinosaurs in the event that scientists succeed in restoring the ancient creatures to their former habitat.... Read more
Less than an hour from the bustle of downtown Boston, a forest hideaway provides a peaceful refuge for foxes, otters, songbirds—and people.
A summer-camp spot since the 1930s, the 286-acre property is known as East Boston Camps. In 2005, The Trust... Read more