We have pulled together a variety of resources from the 2017 NRPA Annual Conference that will help you get the most of your time in New Orleans and allow you to relive the experience all over again.
NRPA Annual Conference sessions led by some of the best park and recreation professionals in the field highlighted some answers to common issues.
As illustrated by the “City of Charlottesville” and “Forsyth County” decisions described herein, demonstrations and counter-demonstrations can create challenging First Amendment concerns for public park and recreation agencies.
Healthy living classes, programming for both children and older adults, nature-based activities and, arts and crafts top the list of needed services.
In this third and final installment of our series on drones in parks, we speak with Rich Dolesh, NRPA’s Vice President of Strategic Initiatives on the future of drones in parks.
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Despite the many benefits of parks and recreation, our field has many hurdles to overcome both from internal and external forces if we are to reach our full potential.
There are approximately 1,500 Confederate monuments and statues on battlefields, town greens, in parks and in front of courthouses.
While there is much debate about the causes of atmospheric warming, what matters to us is not so much the cause, but how it affects what we do and what it means for the future.
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RE: Neighborhood Park - Community Meeting
Online External Facility Reservations
RE: Recreation Plan and information along with it! :)
RE: Looking for best practices for Fountain / Splash Pad / spray Pad operation
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