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Format: 2019-09-15
Format: 2019-09-15
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Today, Governor Jared Polis announced plans to create Colorado’s next state park at the Crazy French Ranch. The City of Trinidad, The Nature Conservancy, Trust for Public Land, Great Outdoors Colorado and Colorado Parks and Wildlife have been working together on this project with a goal of conserving the property and its history, while allowing for meaningful recreational experiences and education opportunities. The partners are excited to work together with the Governor towards this ranch becoming the next state park.

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The Trust for Public Land today issued the following statement in response to the GAO report stating the Trump administration broke the law by using entrance fees to keep national parks open during the government shutdown:

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Construction continues on hot springs pools at Astoria Hot Springs south of Hoback Junction. Weather permitting, concrete will be poured this fall and the new park could open as soon as June 2020. The resort gets its hot water for free, from natural springs at the site.

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The Trust for Public Land today applauded the recent signing of AB 782 which will clarify the timing of review on the impacts on the environment as required by the California Environmental Quality Act, (CEQA) and will help the state meet its ambitious goals to conserve and protect important resource lands.

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The Trust for Public Land today issued the following response to the newly issued report from the International Panel on Climate Change on the role of conservation in combatting the climate crisis: 

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With back-to-school season approaching, The Trust for Public Land today released a new analysis showing that America’s public school grounds have the potential to solve the problem of park access for at least 19.6 million people, including 5.2 million children.

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The Trust for Public Land released the following statement today on the introduction of the Climate Stewardship Act:

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The Trust for Public Land, a national conservation non-profit organization, has donated approximately 3,000 acres within the boundaries of the Mendocino National Forest in Mendocino County, California.

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In the summer of 2016, as the Fishtown Recreation Center was down to its final swing and the jungle gym was rusted and broken, the Trust for Public Land called a community meeting at the playground.

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Do you remember your favorite childhood field trip or summer break excursion? Perhaps you lived for jumping in the lake and enjoying Fourth of July fireworks and cookouts. Did you sit around a fire pit singing songs at camp, explore the beach with family and friends, or lazily tube down the river during the dog days of summer? Would you be as healthy or active today without those experiences? Would you have the same appreciation for the world around you?

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