Nearly Half of Parks Work to Make Nature Connections

Nearly half (46.4%) of respondents working for parks and recreation departments and districts who responded to the Industry Report survey said they

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Report: Parks & Recreation Helps Improve Sustainability

Some 10,000 park and recreation agencies across the country have the potential to create community-wide sustainability measures that can improve the

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Splash Play, Dog Parks Among Top Plans for Parks

In 2022, splash play was the most commonly planned addition for parks and recreation respondents to the Industry Report survey. Some 31.6% of park

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Trust for Public Land Celebrates 50 Years

Trust for Public Land is celebrating its 50th anniversary by embarking on a year of community investments and impact. TPL is honoring its 50-year

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JCC Association Leads Disability Inclusion Programming in February

JCC Association of North America will mark Jewish Disabilities Awareness, Acceptance and Inclusion Month (JDAAIM

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New Federal Grants Elevate Trail and Active Transportation Systems as Essential Infrastructure in Addressing Traffic Fatalities

This week’s announcement of grantees under the federal Safe Streets and

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NRPA: Parks & Rec Keeps People Moving Indoors

Eighty-four percent of U.S. adults look to indoor activities provided by park and recreation agencies in times of inclement weather, according to the

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Proposed ASTM International Standards Support Pole Vaulting

ASTM International’s sports equipment, playing surfaces, and facilities committee (

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GEHA-Supported Swim Program Receives Outstanding Aquatic Branch Program Award

GEHA (Government Employees Health Association, Inc., pronounced G.E.H.A.) and partners at the Unified Government of Wyandotte County and Kansas City

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