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Format: 2019-08-22
Format: 2019-08-22
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The 10-Minute Walk Campaign—a partnership between The Trust for Public Land, National Recreation and Park Association, and Urban Land Institute--today announced $400,000 in grants to advance the goal of ensuring that everyone has a quality park within a 10-minute walk of home.  

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The Trust for Public Land today announced the permanent protection of Brown’s Harvest, a local family-farm on Poquonock Avenue in Windsor.

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Statement from Diane Regas, President and CEO of The Trust for Public Land, on the introduction of the Land and Water Conservation Fund Permanent Funding Act:

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The Trust for Public Land today announced the winners of its 11th annual Conservation and Park Leadership Awards, which recognize leadership in protecting and investing in Minnesota’s special places, at an event held today at St. Paul’s Science Museum of Minnesota.

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Diane Regas, President and CEO of The Trust for Public Land, today issued the following statement regarding H.R. 9, legislation that would effectively keep the U.S. in the Paris Climate Agreement :

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The Trust for Public Land today released new data on the nation’s dog parks, a rapidly growing segment of city park space

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The Trust for Public Land today announced the addition of 170 acres to the Savanna State Forest, including 1.25 miles of undeveloped frontage along the Mississippi River.

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The City of Dallas Parks and Recreation Board approved the masterplan for the Five Mile Creek Urban Greenbelt, which creates an interconnected series of trails, parks and green spaces following the main branch and tributaries of Five Mile Creek in southern Dallas.

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A public-private partnership today announced the protection of Camp Hahobas on the shores of Hood Canal near Belfair, Washington. Working in collaboration, The Trust for Public Land, Great Peninsula Conservancy, Washington State Department of Natural Resources, and U.S. Navy have protected important lands in the unique Hood Canal ecosystem for multiple public benefits, including habitat conservation, recreation, forest management, and military readiness for the Navy.

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Placemaking—the process of creating quality places that people want to live, work, play and learn in, is transforming public spaces into vibrant areas that celebrate culture and increase accessibility. The Trust for Public Land and the City of Atlanta are working with residents to transform excess concrete and asphalt into vibrant community spaces through placemaking.

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