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Nearly one-third of the property of the popular Blossom Music Center, 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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American cities can take a variety of steps to make their city parks more attractive to local residents, and those actions could help people be healthier, according to a report released today by The Trust For Public Land.

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Legislation being considered this week by the House of Representatives will virtually eliminate funding for the Land and Water Conservation Fund and have drastic impacts on communities.

Parks and trails will revive a faded industrial district, connecting Cleveland residents to the city’s lakeshore, its river, and a better future.

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The Cleveland Rowing Foundation (CRF) in partnership with TPL today announced the successful conclusion of their effort to acquire a seven-acre commercial riverfront site in the Flats. The new site will create a public park and preserve public access to the Cuyahoga for healthy, people-powered activities.

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A partnership of conservation organizations has created a 7.8-acre nature preserve on Middle Bass Island, Ohio, in Lake Erie.

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Ohio Canal Corridor and The Trust for Public Land announced today the acquisition of two adjacent properties along the Cuyahoga River in Cleveland to expand the Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail. Together, the properties total more than 11 acres and will include 2,800 linear feet of the Towpath Trail, which will ultimately terminate at the future Canal Basin Park.

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A 104-acre property of upland woods and agricultural fields along U.S. 23 will be preserved for a new Delaware County park, The Trust for Public Land and The Preservation Park District of Delaware County announced today.

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The only remaining intact corridor available for a new trail in downtown Cleveland has been protected, The Trust for Public Land, ParkWorks Inc., the City of Cleveland, and Cuyahoga County announced today. This purchase includes over 1.3 miles of continuous property that will serve as the backbone of the future Link to the Lake Trail.

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A new addition to Liberty Park will offer new public access to Aurora Lake and protect important ecological features, The Trust for Public Land announced today. The 52-acre Aurora Shores property was slated for development along the edge of Aurora Lake. Instead, it is being preserved and added to Liberty Park.