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Format: 2021-06-13
Format: 2021-06-13
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The Trust for Public Land and the City of Richmond are proud to announce that construction of Phase 1 of the Richmond Wellness Trail will begin this week.

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The Trust for Public Land and JPMorgan Chase announced a $500,000 collaboration to launch The Trust for Public Land’s new California Climate Conservation program.

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A new statewide poll shows three out of four (76%) California voters say that now is the time to prepare the state for a hotter, dryer future by investing in parks, land, and water conservation to combat wildfire, drought, and to pull the state out of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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A statement from The Trust for Public Land on the Biden-Harris Administration's budget released today.

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The Trust for Public Land announced today that Washington, DC, was rated the nation’s best park system on the annual ParkScore® index. 

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Today, The Trust for Public Land and the Banning Ranch Conservancy announced that Banning Ranch in Orange County is one major step closer to being permanently protected and restored.

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Today, Governor Gavin Newsom announced his May revisions to the state's proposed budget, which includes $200 million in funding for the Urban Greening Program and $125 million to address park equity and access in California.

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The Trust for Public Land, in partnership with outdoor retailer L.L.Bean, has announced the recipients for the third L.L.Bean Community Award, which will support park projects this year.

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Statement from Tom Stewart, Senior Director of Federal Affairs at The Trust for Public Lands on the Department of the Interior announcement that the National Park Service will distribute $150 million to local communities through the Outdoor Recreation Legacy Partnership (ORLP) grant program. 

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The Trust for Public Land's statement from Jordan Schreiber, Sr. Director, Policy, Advocacy and Government Relations, on the administration's announcement today to protect 30% of America's land and water by 2030.

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