The Trust For Public Land

The Trust for Public Land’s mission is to create parks and protect land for people, ensuring healthy, livable communities for generations to come.

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SAN FRANCISCO, CA – EIN 237222333  tpl.org

The Trust for Public Land works to protect the places people care about and to create close-to-home parks—particularly in and near cities, where 80 percent of Americans live. Our goal is to ensure that every child has easy access to a safe place to play in nature.

We also conserve working farms, ranches, and forests; lands of historical and cultural importance; rivers, streams, coasts, and watersheds; and other special places where people can experience nature close at hand.

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The Trust for Public Land

The Trust for Public Land
Formation1972; 48 years ago (1972)
FounderHuey Johnson
Founded atSan Francisco, California, US
Location
  • San Francisco, California, US
President and Chief Executive Officer
Diane Regas
Websitewww.tpl.org Edit this at Wikidata

The Trust for Public Land is a U.S. nonprofit organization with a mission to "create parks and protect land for people, ensuring healthy, livable communities for generations to come."[1] Since its founding in 1972, The Trust for Public Land has completed 5,000 park-creation and land conservation projects across the United States, protected over 3 million acres,[2] and helped pass more than 500 ballot measures—creating $70 billion in voter-approved public funding for parks and open spaces.[3] The Trust for Public Land also researches and publishes authoritative data about parks, open space, conservation finance, and urban climate change adaptation.[4][5][6] Headquartered in San Francisco, the organization is among the largest U.S. conservation nonprofits,[7] with approximately 30 field offices across the U.S., including a federal affairs function in Washington, D.C.[8][9][10]

Focus Areas

Consistent with its "Land for People" mission, The Trust for Public Land is widely known for urban conservation work, including New York City playgrounds and community gardens,[11][12] Chicago's 606 linear park,[13] Los Angeles green alleys,[14][15] Climate-Smart Cities programs in 20 American cities,[16] and "The 10-Minute Walk" initiative, which aims to put a high-quality park or open space within a 10-minute walk of every resident of every U.S. urban census tract.[17][18]

The Trust for Public Land simultaneously focuses on public access-oriented land protection, such as additions to Yosemite National Park,[19] the Appalachian Trail,[20] Cape Cod National Seashore,[21] and other national, state, and municipal parks across America.[22][23][24] The organization also prioritizes projects that celebrate and advance social equity, like helping to create Martin Luther King Jr. National Historical Park, the Stonewall National Monument, and the Kashia Coastal Reserve.[25]

Although The Trust for Public Land is an accredited land trust,[26] the organization differs from conventional land trusts in that it does not generally hold or steward conservation property interests. Instead, The Trust for Public Land works with community members, public agencies, and other conservation NGOs to identify park-creation and land protection projects, and then helps plan, fund, protect, and/or create those spaces, with ownership of any resulting property interests typically transferring to local, state, or federal public agencies, or to other conservation NGOs.[27]

In addition to creating parks and protecting open spaces, The Trust for Public Land is a leading advocate for public conservation funding at the local, state, and federal levels.[28][29][30] Through campaigns, ballot measures, and legislative advocacy, the organization works—often in concert with its affiliated 501(c)4 nonprofit, The Trust for Public Land Action Fund—to ensure adequate funding for many of the federal and state public funding programs relied on by public park and conservation agencies, and by conservation NGOs.[4][5]

The Trust for Public Land also researches, publishes, and contributes to many authoritative national databases and platforms providing information about U.S. parks, protected open spaces, conservation finance, and urban climate risks, including ,[31] ParkServe,[32] ,[33] ,[34] the ,[35] LandVote,[36] and "Climate-Smart Cities" Decision Support Tools.[6]

Strategies, Programs and Initiatives

  • Parks for People, a strategy for providing close-to-home access to nature through parks, playgrounds, trails, community gardens, and other outdoor public spaces in U.S. cities, towns, and suburbs[37]
  • Our Land, a strategy for protecting wild, working, and other open spaces, with an emphasis on enabling public access to natural areas for outdoor recreation.[38]
  • Climate-Smart Cities™ program, which helps municipalities assess climate risks, develop resilience strategies, and identify sites for parks, greenways, and other multi-benefit green infrastructure, using GIS-based, city-specific decision support tools[6]
  • 10-Minute Walk campaign—a collaboration with the National Recreation and Park Association and Urban Land Institute—which seeks to ensure that everyone in urban America lives within a 10-minute walk of a high-quality park or open space.[39] Since this initiative's 2017 launch, 200 U.S. mayors have taken the 10-Minute Walk Pledge for their cities.[40][41][42]
  • Center for City Park Excellence, which provides "research on parks and works to create, improve, and promote urban parks," and maintains The Trust for Public Land's ParkServe, , and platforms, which provide, respectively, maps and data about 14,000 U.S. municipal park systems,[43] park system rankings for America's 100 largest cities,[44] and information about how communities can create and steward high-quality parks.[45]

Services

  • Plan – The Trust for Public Land provides GIS-based spatial analysis services, including greenprinting, greenway and trail planning, and large landscape analysis.[46][47]
  • Fund – The organization advocates for public conservation funding by providing technical assistance, campaign services, research data, and conservation economics analyses.[3]
  • Protect – The Trust for Public Land works with willing sellers, public agencies, and conservation nonprofits to negotiate, structure, fund, and complete the conservation real estate transactions that result in the acquisition and protection of land for parks and open spaces.[48]
  • Create – The organization helps communities plan, site, design, construct, and restore parks, using community engagement, participatory design, and creative placemaking techniques.[49]

History

The Trust for Public Land was founded in San Francisco in 1972 by Huey Johnson, the former western regional director of The Nature Conservancy, and other San Francisco Bay Area and national lawyers and conservationists. Johnson’s goal was to create an organization that would use emerging real estate, legal, and financial techniques to conserve land for human use and public benefit. An additional founding goal was to extend the conservation and environmental movements to cities, where an increasingly large segment of the population lived.[50] Early Trust for Public Land programs of the 1970s and ‘80s included:

The Trust for Public Land Action Fund

As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, The Trust for Public Land is legally limited in the amount it can spend on campaigning for legislative and ballot measures. In 2000, the organization launched a 501(c)(4) affiliate, The Conservation Campaign, which is not limited in such spending. This affiliate entity is now called The Trust for Public Land Action Fund and frequently works with The Trust for Public Land to help pass local and state conservation finance measures.[53]

Noteworthy Projects

References

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TRUST FOR PUBLIC LAND

SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104-4148 | Tax-exempt since Feb. 1978
  • EIN: 23-7222333
  • Classification (NTEE)
    Environmental Beautification and Aesthetics (Environmental Quality, Protection and Beautification )
  • Nonprofit Tax Code Designation: 501(c)(3)
    Defined as: Organizations for any of the following purposes: religious, educational, charitable, scientific, literary, testing for public safety, fostering national or international amateur sports competition (as long as it doesn’t provide athletic facilities or equipment), or the prevention of cruelty to children or animals.
  • Donations to this organization are tax deductible.
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$144,275,734

Total Functional Expenses $149,097,290
Net income -$4,821,556
Notable sources of revenue Percent of total revenue
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Program services $26,353,765 18.3%
Investment income $2,369,091 1.6%
Bond proceeds $0
Royalties $0
Rental property income $0
Net fundraising -$170,743
Sales of assets $725,683 0.5%
Net inventory sales $0
Other revenue $1,754 0.0%
Notable expenses Percent of total expenses
Executive compensation $3,287,771 2.2%
Professional fundraising fees $1,406,891 0.9%
Other salaries and wages $29,591,706 19.8%
Other
Total Assets $276,731,348
Total Liabilities $94,178,880
Net Assets $182,552,468
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Net income $16,706,625
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Program services $21,216,159 15.4%
Investment income $2,293,734 1.7%
Bond proceeds $0
Royalties $0
Rental property income $0
Net fundraising -$727,665
Sales of assets $51,533 0.0%
Net inventory sales $0
Other revenue $0
Notable expenses Percent of total expenses
Executive compensation $3,611,050 3.0%
Professional fundraising fees $917,462 0.8%
Other salaries and wages $28,977,620 23.9%
Other
Total Assets $287,302,891
Total Liabilities $97,266,680
Net Assets $190,036,211
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Net income $20,287,970
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Program services $19,810,321 14.6%
Investment income $2,044,520 1.5%
Bond proceeds $0
Royalties $0
Rental property income $0
Net fundraising -$164,765
Sales of assets $2,856,095 2.1%
Net inventory sales $0
Other revenue $0
Notable expenses Percent of total expenses
Executive compensation $3,133,396 2.7%
Professional fundraising fees $766,533 0.7%
Other salaries and wages $26,761,674 23.1%
Other
Total Assets $269,276,336
Total Liabilities $90,781,103
Net Assets $178,495,233
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Total Functional Expenses $141,728,322
Net income $2,406,048
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Program services $15,977,027 11.1%
Investment income $1,306,617 0.9%
Bond proceeds $0
Royalties $0
Rental property income $0
Net fundraising -$255,448
Sales of assets $7,672,110 5.3%
Net inventory sales -$127
Other revenue $0
Notable expenses Percent of total expenses
Executive compensation $2,971,268 2.1%
Professional fundraising fees $732,760 0.5%
Other salaries and wages $25,591,689 18.1%
Other
Total Assets $286,714,491
Total Liabilities $90,390,572
Net Assets $196,323,919
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Program services $25,579,169 19.6%
Investment income $1,224,095 0.9%
Bond proceeds $0
Royalties $0
Rental property income $0
Net fundraising -$238,862
Sales of assets $2,207,625 1.7%
Net inventory sales $2,436 0.0%
Other revenue $0
Notable expenses Percent of total expenses
Executive compensation $2,495,576 2.1%
Professional fundraising fees $669,199 0.6%
Other salaries and wages $24,865,998 20.8%
Other
Total Assets $304,029,677
Total Liabilities $111,226,815
Net Assets $192,802,862
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Total Functional Expenses $119,536,822
Net income -$5,522,724
Notable sources of revenue Percent of total revenue
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Program services $16,666,679 14.6%
Investment income $1,387,935 1.2%
Bond proceeds $0
Royalties $2,055 0.0%
Rental property income $0
Net fundraising -$14,451
Sales of assets -$429,145
Net inventory sales $2,830 0.0%
Other revenue $0
Notable expenses Percent of total expenses
Executive compensation $2,309,711 1.9%
Professional fundraising fees $560,862 0.5%
Other salaries and wages $22,784,265 19.1%
Other
Total Assets $285,577,366
Total Liabilities $104,194,973
Net Assets $181,382,393
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