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Count on Olympian Kara Winger to make a point of public lands! Join us on social media for inspiration from athletes, artists, and everyday advocates for parks and open space.


LOVE PARKS? TAKE NOTE!


Last summer, we asked these kids to imagine their dream park. This summer, we’re building it: ground- breaking for Story Mill Community Park in Bozeman, Montana, is right around the corner.


We want to hear your ideas, too: tell us about your perfect park—or let us know what you think about the people and places in this issue of Land&People. You can reach us by mail, on Facebook, or at mailroom@tpl.org.


A BENEFIT TO MEMBERS OF THE TRUST FOR PUBL IC LAND FALL/WINTER 2016


Now, more than ever … Our readers believe in land for people.


Why we


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+ YOSEMITE GAINS 400 ACRES


+ A TRIBE RETURNS TO THE COAST


+ TERRY TEMPEST WILLIAMS ON TELLING THE WHOLE STORY


+ I love the work you do! It is so important, so humane—and so human. The completed projects aff ect the lives of so many every- day, ordinary people of all kinds, in so many positive ways. The Trust for Public Land’s publica- tions are the only ones I really read. They’re compelling, inter- esting, and focused on people. Thank you for the marvelous work you are doing. Judy Kirman, via email


+ Federal lands are the birthright of all Americans, not just the powerful and well placed. We need these lands to remain under federal management and ownership as they are for all genera- tions to come. Shari Kearney, via the blog


+ Land&People magazine is excellent, and I’m hoping it will be a recruiting tool during this time of public lands crisis. The Trust for Public Land saved my backyard at Early Winters, Washing- ton—I carved the sign that stands at the primary trail intersection there. Eric Burr, Mazama, Washington


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