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Project Activities: Changing The Built Environment

Upstate Forever is a nonprofit, membership-based organization that promotes sensible growth, advocates for sustainable development practices and protects special places in the Upstate region of Sou ...

The Trust for Public Land (TPL) asked students and staff at the P.S./I.S. 25 school to join members of the Church Avenue Merchants Block Association in designing a new playground. The plan is now a ...

This project will focus on the opportunity to rebuild flood-damaged neighborhoods in ways that promote health for families and children. The first activity in this project will have members of the ...

Formed in the spring of 2000, the Sheyenne River Valley (SRV) Chapter of the North Country Trail is North Dakota.s first officially organized group of trail-making volunteers. Since the group' ...

With critical private support, Trust for Public Land (TPL) has leveraged public participation to successfully create this new 8,500 square-foot playground at Spencer School. It is utilized by the 1 ...

Once a debris-ridden lot littered with the remains of two demolished buildings, a group of concerned citizens cleared the land to create this small farm. The Trust for Public Land (TPL) has ensured ...

The Edible Schoolyard at Martin Luther King, Jr. Middle School is an organic teaching garden that engages the school's 950 students in all aspects of growing, harvesting and preparing nutritious, s ...

In June 2003, Ashwaubenon held a Walkable Community Workshop. By January 2004, the Village President appointed a citizen committee with seven members to help improve Ashwaubenon.s walking and bicyc ...

With the premise that all children need and deserve outdoor recreation and a safe place to play, the Trust for Public Land (TPL) launched the City Spaces Program, which develops new community playg ...

The Ames Transportation Master Plan considers the challenges and opportunities facing Ames, Iowa, over the next 20 years, and it recommends goals, objectives, policies and improvements to prepare t ...

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