Blog Entries by The Trust for Public Land

Great news from Capitol Hill: this week, the Senate passed S.47, the Natural Resources Management Act.

This year’s Super Bowl played out at the new Mercedes-Benz Stadium in downtown Atlanta, a gleaming 30-story structure that opened in 2017.

Tucked into the rugged mountains of western Maine, the tiny village of Bethel is a quintessential mountain town. 

It's been fifty years since Congress created the Pacific Crest Trail, designating a 2,650-mile route that skirted towns and industrial development in favor of some of the West’s most remote places and stunning scenery.

When Seth Zaharias learned that the federal government’s partial shutdown would affect services at Joshua Tree National Park, he knew just what he needed to do. “On day one, I drove straight to Walmart and bought a hundred dollars’ worth of toilet paper,” he says.