Today’s frontiers, tomorrow’s parks

By Trust for Public Land
Published May 6, 2015

Today’s frontiers, tomorrow’s parks

What’s next for parks and conservation in America? That’s the big question behind the frontiers 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 2015 edition includes everything from a frog rescue effort to a ladies-only shooting club, as well as:

  • The surprising places innovative cities put their parks
  • The Big Outside‘s Michael Lanza’s on how to raise outdoors-loving kids
  • How green space guards against the effects of climate change
  • James Edward Mills—author of The Adventure Gap—on the future of Los Angeles River

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 rare opportunity to double your impact on parks and conservation across the country—and help shape the stories on the frontier of our land-for-people mission. We’ll hope you’ll join us today!



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