Land&People, Fall 2007
The Trust for Public Land’s full-color magazine, Land&People, is a great way to keep up-to-date on conservation trends nationwide. Whether a story is about children enjoying a pocket park in the heart of the city, hikers in a remote wilderness area, or a community celebrating its cultural heritage, Land&People affirms how people connect to land, to home, and to heart. Land&People and regional newsletters are two of the benefits received by TPL supporters.
In this issue:
Newark Goes for the Green
With new support from City Hall, Newark residents are redefining environmentalism to serve schoolkids, restore neighborhoods, and fuel economic growth.
The Quinault’s Quest
A northwest tribal nation emerges from a 130-year-old land dispute with a computerized plan for restoration.
Forests for a Cooler Future
Restoring a landmark Louisiana forest serves conservation and helps reduce global warming.
The Nature of Nature-Deficit Disorder
An interview with TPL partner and best-selling author Richard Louv about connecting children to nature.