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Format: 2021-09-17
Format: 2021-09-17
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The Trust for Public Land is proud to announce today that Dr. Howard Frumkin will join the organization to serve as Senior Vice President starting on September 27.

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New data revealed today by The Trust for Public Land shows a lack of public access to the outdoors and open space near kindergarten-12th grade schools in Northern New England. 

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Today, The Trust for Public Land released a letter to Sen. Joe Manchin, Chairman of Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, and Ranking Member Sen. John Barrasso strongly supporting President Biden’s nomination of Charles F. Sams III to serve as the 19th director of the National Park Service (NPS).

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Community SchoolyardsTM Projects Are Improving the Health, Equity, and Climate Resilience of Neighborhoods Across the Country

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Statement from Diane Regas, president and CEO of The Trust for Public Land, on the nomination of Charles (Chuck) F. Sams III as Director of the National Park Service.

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This week, the National Park Service announced 19 parks and trails projects to improve recreation and outdoor access in underserved communities across the country. 

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Project protects vital water resources to benefit agriculture, wildlife habitat and preserve a family legacy 

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Statement by The Trust for Public Land on the latest climate report released today by the U.N.’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).

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Park dedicated to “little hero” Dominick Andujar, who was tragically killed in hometown of Camden at age six

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Today, The Trust for Public Land, along with partners the U.S. Navy, the Florida Forest Service, Santa Rosa County Commission, U.S. Forest Service, and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, announces the protection of 1,700 acres of land to further regional efforts to restore longleaf pine habitat.

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