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Format: 2019-08-23
Format: 2019-08-23
Press release

The Trust for Public Land and the Colorado Cattlemen’s Agricultural Land Trust (CCALT), in partnership with Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO), and the U.S. Department of Agriculture – Natural Resources Conservation Service, are proud to announce the conservation of more than 5,000 acres in the San Luis Valley. 

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Diane Regas, President and CEO of The Trust for Public Land, today issued the following statement regarding the introduction of the Land and Water Conservation Fund Permanent Funding Act, H.R. 3195.

In the news

Can active recreation spaces with athletic fields, walking trails and restrooms along the Chattahoochee coexist with the protection of natural habitat in and around the river? How do we both activate and protect the river when the two ideas may at times seem at odds? What does equitable development along the river look like? How might a popular regional destination along the Chattahoochee River reshape how metro Atlanta develops? What should we consider now to ensure that all benefit from this initiative?

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Bill Lee, Senior Vice President, Policy and Advocacy for The Trust for Public Land, today issued the following statement in response to introduction in the Senate of International Climate Accountability Act.

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The Chattahoochee Working Group is hosting public forums on June 22 in Atlanta and June 23 in Johns Creek to gather community input for the Chattahoochee RiverLands Greenway Study. The study aims to reconsider the region's relationship to the river and create a new vision for the river's future. The public is encouraged to attend and participate in these free input sessions.

In the news

Heaps of broken concrete had spilled across Cobbs Creek Park. Chain-link fences were mangled in Hunting Park in North Philadelphia. West Philly’s Rose Playground had rusted metal and chipped paint. Across Philadelphia, many parks had water fountains and restrooms that didn’t work at all.

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The Trust for Public Land and Coconino County announced the purchase of 80 acres at Rogers Lake near Flagstaff today.

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Washington, DC, has the best city park system in the United States, according to The Trust for Public Land’s 8th annual ParkScore® index, which was released today by the nonprofit organization. Saint Paul ranked 2nd, and three-time defending champion Minneapolis dropped to 3rd.

In the news

Every Bostonian lives within a 10-minute walk—or roughly a half-mile—of a public park, according to the 2019 ParkScore index from the Trust for Public Land.

In the news

City parks have long been a place for urban residents surrounded by the gray of asphalt and concrete to get a small dose of green. As cities increasingly feel the impacts of rising seas and temperatures, city planners are rethinking the roles of urban parks.

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