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Format: 2021-12-01
Format: 2021-12-01
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The United States Senate voted to confirm Statement Charles (Chuck) F. Sams III as the 19th Director of the National Park Service.

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Today, The Trust for Public Land (TPL), Downeast Lakes Land Trust (DLLT) and the Forest Society of Maine (FSM) announce the official expansion of the Downeast Lakes Community Forest. 

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The U.S. House of Representatives passed the Build Back Better Act, which includes $100 million for the creation and maintenance of urban parks across the country.

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The Trust for Public Land, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks, and Stimson Lumber Company recently completed a project that permanently protects the resources on more than 27,000 acres in northwestern Montana.

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The California Rangeland Trust, The Wildlands Conservancy, and The Trust for Public Land are proud to announce a permanent conservation agreement of 14,631 acres on the 93,000-acre Wind Wolves Preserve in Kern County. 

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The Trust for Public Land announces a new Tennessee State Director, Noel Durant.

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The Trust for Public Land and Mālama Hulē‘ia successfully purchased and protected Alakoko Fishpond (also known as ‘Alekoko or Menehune Fishpond), a 102-acre site of cultural and environmental significance.

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The Trust for Public Land and the Ojai Valley Land Conservancy announced today the protection of 28 acres adjacent to the Ventura River, preserving critical wildlife habitat and land for outdoor recreational use for the community of Ventura. 

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Today, The Trust for Public Land, Colorado Cattlemen’s Agricultural Land Trust, and San Isabel Land Protection Trust announce the protection of the 2727- acre Taylor-Oswald Ranch in Fremont County.

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Today, The Trust for Public Land, City of Dallas, the South Oak Cliff community, and our partners, celebrate the opening of South Oak Cliff Renaissance Park. 

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