Using PRORAGIS to document how you are helping solve community problems could mean more support and increased resources for your agency.
Park and recreation professionals must prepare for everything in an ever-changing world. This post offers resources that agencies can use to help formulate plans and be prepared.
NRPA and Angler Environmental have been working together to develop a Parks for Mitigation pilot project to creating stream mitigation banks on public parklands in the MD, VA, and DC region that, if successful, will serve as a model for other park agencies across the country.
We have all had that once-in-a-lifetime professional development experience that taught us new skills and introduced us to amazing colleagues. Cindi Wight, Recreation Director at Rutland Recreation and Parks Department in Vermont, shares how NRPA’s Directors School did just that for her.
NRPA's three pillars of Conservation, Health and Wellness and Social Equity are a communications strategy, so how can they be used to communicate parks and recreation priorities to the public and policymakers?
Jason Tryon, CPRP, Operations Director/Athletic Coordinator at Mecklenburg County Parks and Recreation in Charlotte, NC, touches on what pursing Certification is all about – a challenge to oneself.
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