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
Map of completed projects in Vermont through 2013.
... Comet, Cupid, Donner and Blitzen!
Santa’s reindeer have a tough job, what with flying around the world in a single night. But wild reindeer, also called caribou, cover a lot of ground... Read more
The iconic Story Mill, a former flour production site with a towering grain elevator, is a Bozeman landmark just two miles from downtown. The Trust for Public Land is working with neighbors, designers, park planners, and community groups to protect and... Read more
Map of The Trust for Public Land's projects in Maine, 1993-2012
The southern anchor of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem—the largest intact temperate ecosystem in the northern hemisphere—the Hoback Basin is home to magnificent mountains, vibrant forests, and the headwaters of the Wild and Scenic Hoback River.
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A century ago, when the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service was founded, the organization set a goal to put a national wildlife refuge within 100 miles of every major metropolitan area in the country... Read more
Established in 1942, Parker River National Wildlife Refuge consists of 4,662 acres on the southern two-thirds of Plum Island, a barrier island on Massachusetts' Northeast coast. It provides a crucial flyover stop and nesting habitat for over 300 species of... Read more