Trust for Public Land


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Trust for Public Land (TPL)

Address:116 New Montgomery St, 4th Fl
San Francisco, CA 94105

Phone:415-495-4014
Fax:415-495-4103
Phone:800-714-5263
Web: www.tpl.org
Established: 1972. Description:Dedicated to protecting land as a living resource for present and future generations. Helps communities, public agencies, and nonprofit organizations acquire and protect open space. Maintains regional offices in Boston, Minneapolis, New York, Santa Fe, Seattle, and Tallahassee. Members: Nonmembership organization. Dues: Donations accepted.
Publications: Land and People (quarterly); free.

See other parks in California.
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The investment and our partnership with The Trust for Public Land help fortify the effort.
In addition to working with these conservation efforts, Camp Pendleton has partnered with the Trust for Public Land and San Diego County to pool more than $4 million to conserve nearly 1,300 acres (526 ha) of wildlife habitat.
The property was acquired by The Trust for Public Land for $1.
Lyme Timber acquired the 13 Mile Woods property in 2000 with the intention of working with The Trust for Public Land (TPL) to assist in the long-term protection of the property.
The trend nationally; according to advocacy group The Trust for Public Land, is that most open-space initiatives are passed at the county level.
8 billon for state and local parks and open space programs, according to a study recently released by the Trust for Public Land and the Land Trust Alliance.
Spokane, Washington, USA, and the Trust for Public Land (TPL), San Francisco, California, announced completion of the first phase of a conservation easement agreement that will forever secure public access, wildlife habitat, and sustainable forest management on 2710 acres of northern Idaho's scenic St.
In 1979, with help from San Francisco's Trust for Public Land, Becket's company, the Amargosa Opera House, Inc.
The Trust for Public Land, a nonprofit agency that often buys property and holds it until the government has time to approve the funding, entered into the negotiation.
According to the Trust for Public Land, Atlanta ranks last among 25 cities of comparable population in terms of greenspace.
Meanwhile, Georgia's Trust for Public Land aims to create a remarkably ambitious 500-foot wide, 180-mile greenway along both sides of the Chattahoochee River, extending all the way from the Appalachians to Columbus, Georgia.

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