Hot off the press: Read the family issue of Land&People magazine

By Trust for Public Land
Published November 1, 2013

Hot off the press: Read the family issue of Land&People magazine

If you're a member of The Trust for Public Land, you can look forward to receiving your copy of the latest Land&People magazine in your mailbox this week. Hot off the press, our fall/winter 2013 issue is packed with gorgeous photos and moving stories from places protected around the country thanks to your support—from a brand-new park connecting residents to their riverfront in Newark to a sixth-generation family ranch in Colorado. 

As the holidays approach, we're turning our attention to the many ways that families enjoy nature. The family issue is full of great ideas for getting out in the great outdoors, including a roundup of where to go and what to do in the top five park-friendly cities in America. We also take a closer look at some of the latest research suggesting that time spent in nature is therapeutic for the whole family. And we sit down for a conversation with evolutionary biologist Scott Sampson, host of the popular PBS children's series Dinosaur Train

Land&People magazine is an exclusive benefit to members of The Trust for Public Land. Not a member? Join today and never miss an issue. Or download the free Land&People iPad app—available now in the App Store. If you don't have an iPad, you can access the digital edition online and browse the entire issue cover to cover, along with bonus digital content like video, search tools, easy social media sharing, and instant links to learn more. 

We had a lot of fun putting together our family issue, and we hope you enjoy it. Leave a comment and tell us what you think—or email us at


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