What does adventure mean to you?
Whether it’s on the summit of a distant mountain or at the top of the jungle gym in your neighborhood park, adventure awaits us all in the outdoors. That’s the theme of the latest issue of Land&People magazine—hot off the press this week.
Land&People is a twice-yearly collection of inspiring stories and photography, featuring special places protected with help from people like you. The spring/summer 2017 issue includes:
- A trip down Georgia’s Chattahoochee River—from mild to wild
- A New England town that reclaimed the mountain at the heart of their community
- Angler Chad Brown on wading into your “soul river”
- A moment of peace and solitude—in the middle of Los Angeles
The award-winning Land&People magazine is an exclusive benefit to supporters of The Trust for Public Land. If you’re not a member, now is the perfect time to give: from now through May 31, your donation will be matched dollar for dollar—up to a total of $200,000.
It’s a great chance to ensure your donation will create and protect more of the places that make adventures possible. We hope you’ll join us today!
Donate to become a member, and you’ll receive a subscription to Land&People magazine, our biannual publication featuring exclusive, inspiring stories about our work connecting everyone to the outdoors.