Trust for Public Land West Division

The Trust for Public Land is a national nonprofit land conservation organization that conserves land for people to enjoy as parks, community gardens, historic sites, rural lands and other natural places, ensuring livable communities for generations to come. Across the country, TPL helps communities take action on land conservation by providing objective advice based on extensive experience, the latest technology and analytical frameworks, and decades of experience in realizing conservation goals.

Trust for Public Land was a Brainerd Foundation grantee from 2003 to 2010.

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Trust for Public Land Grant history

2010

$30,000 - To protect important forestland in the Crown of the Continent Ecosystem from poorly planned development and fragmentation. Place-based conservation

2010

$30,000 - To help the communities of Deschutes County implement the conservation goals of the Deschutes County Greenprint. Place-based conservation

2009

$40,000 - To conserve important forest land in the Crown of the Continent ecosystem from piecemeal development and fragmentation. Place-based conservation

2009

$45,000 - To create and implement a Deschutes County Community Vision to shape the future of the Deschutes Basin in Central Oregon. Place-based conservation

2008

$40,000 - To create and implement a Deschutes County Community Vision to shape the future of the Deschutes Basin in Central Oregon. Place-based conservation

2008

$40,000 - To conserve important forestlands in the Crown of the Continent Ecosystem from piecemeal development and fragmentation. Place-based conservation

2007

$20,000 - To help Deschutes County Oregon protect and enhance the area's quality of life. Place-based conservation

2005

$2,500 - To conduct a public opinion survey about voter attitudes toward conservation and the potential to create a new funding source dedicated to land conservation in Ravalli County. Opportunity fund

2003

$2,500 - To fund a public opinion survey in Flathead County, Montana to test voter attitudes about protecting forest, agricultural and ranching lands from development. Opportunity fund