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Project Activities: Changing The Built Environment

Once a junk-filled lot, Little Claremont Park was designed by third, fourth and fifth grade students based on input from their peers and members of the surrounding community. The park is part of Tr ...

A favorite spot for senior citizens and children alike, Tremont Community Garden in the Tremont section of the Bronx includes raised planting beds where gardeners grow an assortment of fruits and v ...

The Greenbelt Walkway is a 2.3-mile pedestrian/bicycling path that connects to a larger 104-plus-mile corridor that runs through central Maine. The extension upgrade of a footpath along Pleasant ...

This East New York park was created through a partnership of the nonprofit organizations the Trust for Public Land (TPL) and Groundwork, Inc. Students and staff from P.S. 328 participated in the pa ...

In addition to offering a beautiful play area complete with outdoor classroom space and a jungle gym, TPL helped create the Brown Academy Playground that boasts a large grassy field for active recr ...

Located in the Mott Haven section of the Bronx, community members enjoy an assortment of events and activities at this community garden, which is one of 64 New York City gardens protected by the Tr ...

The restoration of the Cabo Rojo Lighthouse, built originally by the Spanish in 1882, was the first phase in the enhancement of the National Wildlife Refuge in the Southwestern corner of Puerto Ric ...

The Trust for Public Land (TPL) helped create a community play space that includes an artificial turf field surrounded by a running track, play spray, game tables, seating, swings, and other play e ...

Development on the 1.6-mile trail began in the spring of 1998 in Wilson, Wyoming. The trail connects neighborhoods as well as the Jackson Hole Ski Resort and Grand Teton National Park with the Tet ...

Bikestation Long Beach is a state-of-the-art center offering cyclists a haven for safeguarding their vehicles with convenient connections to the Metro Blue Line, Long Beach Transit, regional buses ...

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