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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.

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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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If you’ve ever tasted an Allagash beer, you’ve tasted the benefits of protecting forests around Sebago Lake. The water we use at our...

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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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