NRPA is actively working with the
CDC and other leading experts on an effort to define ‘play deserts,’
essentially spaces that lack available opportunities for physical activity. It is important to define play deserts for
parks and recreation in order to help you establish and
demonstrate your role in improving communities through health and wellness and
I attended Legislative
Forum this week as a novice, a little wide-eyed at the thought of meeting
members of Congress in person and asking for their support on legislation important
to the future of parks and recreation.
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