Conservation funding

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On November 6, voters across the country will have the chance to invest in parks and open spaces that will serve their families and communities far into the future. The Trust for Public Land is working alongside state and local advocates to pass 18 ballot measures this election season.

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Diane Regas, President and CEO of The Trust for Public Land, today issued the following statement regarding the expiration of LWCF.

 

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Diane Regas reacts to the House Natural Resources Committee's vote on LWCF

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A study released today by The Trust for Public Land in cooperation with fellow members of the Vermont Forest Partnership, quantitatively demonstrates that Vermonters benefit from the state's investment in land conservation, which generates measurable economic returns. Conserved lands provide valuable natural goods and services such as water quality protection, flood prevention, food production, wildlife habitat, and air pollution removal – all important to Vermont's economy and jobs.

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UPDATE: California voters pass Prop 68!

“Pretty much anybody at this point can look out their window and see that California is changing,” says Kerri Timmer...

The Trust for Public Land, working with its lobbying and campaign affiliate known as The Trust for Public Land Action Fund assists community leaders and citizen groups with campaigns to win voter approval of ballot measures for parks and land conservation. These are ballot measures that...

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The U.S. Forest Service and The Trust for Public Land announced today that more than 900 acres have been added to the Bridger-Teton National Forest.

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Rick Alger moved to the small New Hampshire town of Milan in 1964. He came for a job, but on weekends and summers he plied the trade that has sustained communities in the northern part of the state for generations: harvesting timber. Alger worked a few seasons alongside heavy machinery, but he...

Photo of Stillwater State Forest

The Trust for Public Land, in partnership with the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP) and Montana Department of Natural Resources & Conservation (DNRC), has added 7,018 acres of forestland to the Stillwater State Forest.

Photo of someone with a view from Moxie Bald Mountain

The Trust for Public Land is working to protect Maine's pristine 1,200-acre Bald Mountain Pond and its surrounding lands—a nearly 2,600-acre conservation project decades in the making. Success will ensure protection of a century-old forest and 8 miles of unspoiled waterfront from incompatible development.

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