Five Ways You Can Support Public Lands
We believe public land is a resource entrusted to us by future generations. If you agree, here are five ways you can help us keep it safe.
By helping to design their own schoolyards, students learn about everything from native plants to drainage to urban heat. Embedded in the design process is another lesson: the importance of collaboration and the power of advocacy.
Jimmy Carter and Newt Gingrich may have had opposing politics but they shared a conservation ethic—to protect a river and transform the future. In doing so, they proved that, sometimes, red and blue make green.
We asked readers to describe their ideal “park of the future.” It turns out a lot of the features on their wish lists already exist in TPL green spaces around the country. Take a tour of tomorrow’s parks, today.
Chattanooga visual artist 2$ON is helping Trust for Public Land capture the testimonies of longtime Alton Park residents and to activate a soon-to-be-completed connector trail with their stories.