Blog Entries by The Trust for Public Land

Martin Luther King Jr. was once just a kid—a bright, studious boy, but not too serious to chase his sisters around the backyard of the family home, a tidy Victorian at 501 Auburn Avenue in Atlanta.

If we could, we’d spend every day exploring America’s national parks. But even when we can’t get there in real life, we're probably daydreaming about trips we've taken, or places we want to go next.

Even if you’re not big on resolutions, the New Year is an opportunity to look at our health habits through fresh eyes.

National park fans are celebrating some good news out of southern Utah: this week, The Trust for Public Land completed a years-long effort to ensure public access to the Narrows Trail into Zion National Park.

Big news for national park fans: One of Zion National Park’s most iconic hikes, the Narrows Trail, is now permanently protected from closure and development.