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    It's election season. Are parks on your ballot?

    In an election season with so much on the line, it’s never been more important to use your power to speak up...

  • Two hikers explore the Zion Narrows trail on the Simon Gulch Property in Zion National Park, UT.
    Every day, 6,000 acres of open space are lost to development

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    Victory for public lands!

    The Great American Outdoors Act is now law.

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    Family photo day in Chattanooga park

    We see you. You belong here.

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    The little town that could

    When climate change drove a beloved ski resort to shutter, locals took matters—and the mountain—into their own hands.

    Photo: Jerry and Marcy Monkman

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The Heat is On

The Heat is On

With temperatures rising and quality parks too few and far between, communities of color face a dangerous disparity

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Kelley Heyer skating

Through a “heartbreaking” year, neighborhood parks help New Yorkers roll with the punches

As New York City’s coronavirus lockdown stretched from days to weeks, Kelley Heyer grew desperate for distraction. “April and May in...

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Land and People Magazine: Spring-Summer 2020

Waterfront trails powered Chattanooga’s revival—but some neighborhoods have yet to see the benefit.

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