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Conservation

We’re seeing change happening across a swath of issues we’re working on, with major implications for the future. This spring we’ve been working to document...

May 16, 2012 Blog Post
A Five-Year Plan for Investing in Our Land, Water and Quality of Life

Frontier Group worked with Land for Tomorrow to produce Securing North Carolina's Future , which reviews North Carolina's progress in protecting its most important natural...

May 16, 2012 Report

Land conservation should not be seen as a “frill” to be put on the back burner when times are tight. Rather, it should be seen...

May 15, 2012 Blog Post

In the last ten years, the threat of toxic pollution from uranium mining has rapidly encroached upon the Grand Canyon, one of our greatest national...

Jan 10, 2012 Blog Post
Uranium Mining Doesn't Belong Near Our National Treasures

Uranium mining is an industry with a bad track record. At sites ranging from a giant tailings pile next to the Colorado River near Moab,...

Aug 15, 2011 Report

Frontier Group's latest report takes a closer look at the risks of drilling in and extracting gas from Pennsylvania's Marcellus shale -- and how close...

May 6, 2011 Blog Post
The Potential for Transit-Friendly Neighborhoods to Protect Open Space and Reduce Global Warming Pollution

Global warming and the loss of open space are two of the largest environmental challenges facing Maryland. The creation of compact neighborhoods near transit stations...

Jan 15, 2010 Report
The Million Acres Initiative and the Need to Protect North Carolina's Open Spaces

North Carolina is renowned for its natural beauty, but rapid development over the past several decades has threatened some of its most treasured open spaces....

Jan 15, 2010 Report
Land Consumption in Maryland After a Decade of “Smart Growth”

Maryland established itself as a leader in the promotion of “smart growth” following the adoption of several cutting-edge policies in the late 1990s. But weaknesses...

Mar 15, 2009 Report
Lessons From States' Efforts to Fund Open Space Protection

America’s natural places represent an important part of our national heritage, but millions of acres of land have been lost in recent years to sprawling...

Sep 26, 2008 Report

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