During sunrise, a man and woman mountain biking look over Donner Pass on the Donner Lake Rim Trail in Truckee, CA
Rachid Dahnoun

A lifetime of leadership—in good company

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When it comes to creating parks and protecting land for people, we’re all in it together. The Trust for Public Land is proud to work with partners large and small all across the country—a conservation community whose experience spans everything from pocket parks to big ballot initiatives.  

So we were beyond thrilled in October when the Land Trust Alliance recognized Will Rogers, president and CEO of The Trust for Public Land, for his 25 years of service. Rogers received the Kingsbury Browne Conservation Leadership Award, the highest honor given by the organization.

Hear what luminaries like former Interior Secretary Sally Jewell have to say about working with Rogers, and why our mission matters now more than ever.

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Rachel Robson
Public lands are up for grabs especially now and with a vengeance under James Cason's stealth maneuvers, as associate deputy secretary at the DOI. Unless something is done very quickly, all will be lost to mining and drilling. The Nation's article on this, this morning, which I read is possibly the most depressing thing I have ever read. What can we do?

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