Wetlands

McAllis Point, Texas

One of the last large undeveloped tracts on the west end of Galveston Island, the 300 acres of prairie and marsh at McAllis Point offer critical habitat for birds, including sandhill cranes, which nest there from November to March.

Pleasure House Point, Virginia

With a mile of frontage on Pleasure House Creek and the Lynnhaven River, Pleasure House Point had been slated for a 1,000+ unit housing development.

Ballona Wetlands, Los Angeles

In Los Angeles County, where 98 percent of coastal wetlands have been filled in and developed, conservationists worked for three decades to protect the last remnant of the historic Ballona Wetlands near the Los Angeles International Airport.

The Trust for Public Land's O'Dell Creek Headwaters and Wetlands Restoration Project is a multi-year effort to restore one of the most significant wetlands complexes in Montana.

Jewell Wetlands

Community efforts led to protection of Jewell Wetlands, now owned by the growing city of Aurora, Colorado, southeast of Denver.

The Trust for Public Land is working to plan and implement green infrastructure improvements along vulnerable New York Harbor waterfront areas to address future threats and inform waterfront planning.

Fact Sheet: Protecting the Forests of the Chesapeake Bay Watershed by Enhancing Local Land Conservation Funding

For more than 20 years, The Trust for Public Land (TPL) has worked with local partners in New Jersey's Barnegat Bay watershed to conserve this nationally recognized refuge and recreation destination. This brochure summarizes our work in the area.

This report addresses the question of whether the idea of creating Hackmatack NationalWildlife Refuge make sense ecologically,economically, and socially.

This report addresses the creation of the  Hackmatack National Wildlife Refuge from an ecological, economic, and social perspective.

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