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Format: 2019-02-17
Format: 2019-02-17
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The Trust for Public Land today announced that Brendan Shane has joined as the new Director of Climate.

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The Trust for Public Land and Washington County today announced that an agreement has been extended to allow the Zion Narrows Trail to remain open until March 31, 2019. 

 

 

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The Trust for Public Land and The Nature Conservancy in Colorado announced that the organizations have reached an agreement to acquire Crazy French Ranch. Best known for containing Fisher’s Peak, the unique and scenic 30-square mile property is located immediately south of Trinidad, Colorado. 

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The Town of Morristown and The Trust for Public Land today announced the acquisition of an 11-acre surplus lot from the Loyola House of Retreats to be permanently protected as an addition to Morristown's Foote's Pond Park. This acquisition will nearly double the size of the popular park, which is just a mile from the historic Morristown Green. An expansion of the trail system is also planned. This acquisition is the fourth open space preservation project in Morristown in the last five years, including the newly opened Hillcrest Park, the Early Street Community Garden, the forthcoming park in the Speedwell Redevelopment Area, and the pocket park at the corner of Schuyler and Washington Streets.

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Leaving our treasured national parks open during the partial government shutdown—without the staffing and resources they need—imperils the health and safety of visitors and the long-term integrity of the parks. That's why I believe our national parks should be closed until the government has reopened.

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Diane Regas, President and CEO of The Trust for Public Land, today issued the following statement regarding the proposed 116th Congress rules package, which reverses a previously approved rule affecting the transfer or sale of public lands.

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The Town of Morristown and The Trust for Public Land today announced the acquisition of an 11-acre surplus lot from the Loyola House of Retreats to be permanently protected as an addition to Morristown's Foote's Pond Park. 

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Diane Regas, President and CEO of The Trust for Public Land, today issued the following statement regarding the failure of Congress to reauthorize LWCF.

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The Green Together Collaborative a partnership that includes Community Partners, Pacoima Beautiful, The Trust for Public Land, LA Business Council, GRID Alternatives Greater Los Angeles, LA Conservation Corps, LA Cleantech Incubator, UCLA Center for Neighborhood Knowledge and the City of Los Angeles today announced that it had received a grant of $23 million from the California Strategic Growth Council’s Transformative Climate Communities Program.

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City governments face critical challenges as more and more people move into urban areas, including rising housing costs, traffic congestion and waste generation. For fast-growing cities, particularly those in warmer climates, there is growing awareness of another environmental issue that impacts public health: heat islands.

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