The Trust for Public Land is honored to be the recipient of memorial gifts in honor of John W. Baird, a committed philanthropist and civic leader in Chicago. Donate to The Baird Family Fund.

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More than 250 friends and supporters joined together in downtown Denver on October 2, 2013, to celebrate The Trust for Public Land's 40 year anniversary—and 32 years of conserving land for people in Colorado.

Spending time in nature—days, hours, or just a few minutes—enriches our lives. It makes us feel rejuvenated. Healthier. Happier. At The Trust for Public Land, we don't just save land—we save land for people to enjoy. Our mission is to create parks and protect land for people, ensuring healthy, livable communities for generations to come. Every park, playground, and public space we help create is an open invitation for everyone to explore, wonder, discover, and play. We're proud to say that we've been connecting communities to the outdoors—and to each other—since 1972. Today, millions of Americans live within a 10-minute walk of a park or natural area we've helped create, and countless more visit every year. With your support, we'll protect the places we all love—and bring even more people closer to nature and the outdoors. 

This economic analysis of the return on the Commonwealth’s investment in land conservation through a variety of state funding programs and found that every $1 invested in land conservation returned $4 in natural goods and services to the Massachusetts
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This fact sheet provides information for Newark voters. On Tuesday, November 5, they will have the opportunity to decide whether to establish a dedicated source of funding to acquire, develop and maintain land for conservation and recreation, including provide safe, clean and accessible parks, neighborhood playgrounds, community gardens and playing fields for youth sports.

The Trust for Public Land History

The Trust for Public Land was founded in 1972 with the goal of protecting land in and around cities and pioneering new land conservation techniques. Over the years, our work expanded to include projects from the inner city to the wilderness, and our broad experience has made us a national leader...

California Neighborhood Parks: GIS Analysis In 2006, California voters approved Proposition 84, providing the state $400 million for new and revitalized parks.TPL developed an allocation system based on where parks are needed most in order to guarantee that Proposition 84 provides the greatest...

Bird watching at Savage Fen Scientific and Natural Area in Savage, MN.

The Trust for Public Land's Greenprinting service helps communities make informed decisions about how to grow while preserving character, opportunities for recreation, clean water, environmental benefits, and quality of life.

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