One of NRPA’s PRORAGIS Ambassadors, shares how having the right information, especially powerful data, can give strength to our public park and recreation advocacy messages.
Jay Tryon, CPRP, Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation Department, writes this blog post sharing how volunteering at NRPA’s Annual Conference had a positive impact on his career.
Read an NRPA staffer's analysis from a Let’s Move event and how parks and recreation are and continue to be leaders of healthier communities and the fight against childhood obesity
One of the sectors identified to make it easier for Americans to walk was Parks, Recreation, Fitness and Sports.
The NRPA Public Policy Team has compiled the details you need to know to understand Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) delays and what it means for parks and recreation.
Learn how Black Friday can bring your park and recreation agency big bucks without breaking your budget.
First-time NRPA Annual Conference attendee Gerry Logan shared his account of the event with the Young Professional’s Network.