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Pamela A. Carson, a former senior executive at KeyCorp, today was appointed Director of the Ohio office of The Trust for Public Land, the national conservation organization announced.

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A 74-acre marsh and wetlands property along East Sandusky Bay will now be added to the Wyandot Wetland Meadows Preserve, a part of Erie MetroParks’ East Sandusky Bay MetroPark.

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Forest Run Wildlife Preserve Area in Ross Township, southeast of the City of Hamilton, is getting considerably larger, thanks to a conservation purchase by The Trust for Public Land. The 255-acre Timberman Ridge property is being added to the existing 82-acre property located north of New London Road, MetroParks of Butler County and The Trust for Public Land announced today. The combined properties will be known as Forest Run MetroPark.

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The final piece of a two phase effort to protect 578 acres of the 780-acre Blossom Music Center property, situated outside both Akron and Cleveland and entirely within the Cuyahoga Valley National Park, has been conserved as an addition to the National Park.

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Creation of an 11.6-mile trail along CSX railroad land in Toledo, Ohio has cleared a big hurdle. The land now belongs to the public.

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Conservation of 55 acres east of the existing Gott Fen State Nature Preserve will more than double protected fen and wetlands in the watershed, The Trust for Public Land, the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District, the Ohio EPA, and the City of Streetsboro announced today.

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The anticipated conservation of the 153-acre Spring Hill Farm has been completed, and the City of Aurora will manage it as a city-owned recreational area and Nature Preserve adjoining the Aurora Audubon State Nature Preserve, The Trust for Public Land, the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District, the Ohio EPA, and the City of Aurora announced today.

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More than 137 acres in the Tinker's Creek Headwaters will become a new Metro Parks, Serving Ohio's Summit County natural area.

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The Cleveland Rowing Foundation's 2011 rowing season opens with a ribbon cutting ceremony at the future site of Rivergate Park, on land that TPL purchased for this purpose in 2010.