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Home | The Trust for Public Land
Our mission is to create parks and protect land for people, ensuring healthy, livable communities for generations to come. Every park, playground, and public space w...
Home | The Trust for Public Land
Our mission is to create parks and protect land for people, ensuring healthy, livable communities for generations to come. Every p...
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The Trust for Public Land Confidence: 87%
Quality of life Confidence: 69%
Playground Confidence: 68%
Community Confidence: 68%
Public space Confidence: 67%
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|Top level heading|
|Creating parks and protecting land for people™|
|2nd level heading|
|How does your city compare?|
|Save our public lands|
|Colorado’s next state park|
|How cleveland's river recovered from its trial by fire|
|How we work|
|Where we work|
|Join our email list|
|3rd level heading|
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