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Aerial photo of Kanewai Spring
Photo credit: John Johnson
Reviving a forgotten spring is a labor of love
The traditions, history, and even the exact location of a rare freshwater spring in Honolulu were nearly lost to living memory. But a group of locals came together to save a piece of their island's natural heritage.
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The facade of Monroe School
Photo credit: Flickr user peachsmack
A landmark case comes to life on new Civil Rights Trail
Revisit the Kansas school at the center of the Brown v. Board of Education decision, now part of a new effort to help people experience the legacy of the civil rights movement, from the very schools, businesses, homes, churches, and streets where it happened.
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A kid holds a sign reading
Photo credit: Jay Dash
No matter the hurdles, these locals make conservation happen
From the attacks on national monuments to a proposal to sharply increase entrance fees for national parks, it’s been a year of sobering headlines for people who love public land. But in communities across the country, people like you are working to save the places that matter to them.
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Men on horseback with flags in historic costume
Photo credit: Nicodemus National HIstoric Site
When parks are portals to the past
February is Black History Month—and it’s never long enough. That’s one of the reasons we love visiting national monuments that tell the American story: they’re year-round reminders of the lessons of the past, and a connection to our shared heritage.
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Hikers helping each other near Tabernacle Dome on the Kolob Terrace in Zion National Park.
Photo credit: Mike Schirf
Your monthly gift matched through 2018
When you pledge your monthly support for The Trust for Public Land today, your gift will be matched, dollar-for-dollar, through the end of the year. This is a special opportunity to join our monthly giving society and make a huge difference for public lands for the whole of 2018. Hurry! This match offer expires on February 28.
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