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A 12-acre site near downtown Dunedin, Florida has been preserved as a city park. That announcement was made today by the City of Dunedin and The Trust for Public Land, a national nonprofit land conservation organization.

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Officials from The Trust for Public Land , a national nonprofit land conservation organization, will join St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Baker and other elected officials on Saturday, October 4, to celebrate the grand opening of an expansion of the Pinellas Trail.

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Former Governor Bob Martinez and former county commissioner Jan Platt have joined forces to support the continuation of Hillsborough County's very successful environmental lands preservation program.

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The Trust for Public Land announced today that Carlton Jones has been appointed chair of its Jacksonville Field Office Advisory Council.

This report makes the case for the ongoing economic benefits of Florida's parks and open spaces.

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Mildred Majoros of Miami, Florida is the winner of the 2008 National Wetlands Award for Conservation and Restoration. Ms. Majoros will be honored for her work with The Trust for Public Land at a ceremony on May 13th in Washington, D.C.

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The Florida Department of Environmental Protection's (DEP) Office of Greenways and Trails and The Trust for Public Land, a national nonprofit land conservation organization, announced today the preservation of a 2.3-mile rail corridor that will bring a popular bicycle/pedestrian trail into downtown Gainesville.

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The more than 160 organizational members of the Florida Forever Coalition today applauded the Florida Legislature for its passage of Senate Bill 542, which reauthorizes the Florida Forever Program for 10 years at $300 million annually.

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Governor Charlie Crist and the Florida Cabinet today gave unanimous approval to the State purchase of a key 2.3-mile trail connection in downtown Gainesville.

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Public access to Dead Lake and 23 acres of cypress wetlands in Flagler County have been preserved with the acquisition of a historic site on Bull Creek, it was announced today by Flagler County and The Trust for Public Land, a national nonprofit land conservation organization.

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