Check out this preview of all the sessions at the upcoming NRPA Annual Conference that can help agencies improve park access.
What is “social equity” and what does it mean for your park agency?
The City Project, GreenLatinos and California LULAC oppose an unfair settlement agreement and support equal access to the California coast.
Find out what one conference attendee does to stymie the post-conference letdown.
Passage of the PHIT Act in the House represents an increased support for physical activity as a crucial component of a healthy lifestyle.
Pool Safely is a national public education campaign that works with partners around the country to reduce child drownings and entrapment in swimming pools and spas.
Peter Kageyama, one of the keynote speakers at the 2018 NRPA Annual Conference, discusses why he loves parks.
Here are our top choices for sessions that will help you engage your community, partners and stakeholders in your health and wellness offerings.
If you have an exciting summer program, ribbon cutting, park dedication or special summer event, don’t forget to invite your members of Congress.
Tualatin Riverkeepers is a community-based organization working to protect and restore Oregon’s Tualatin River system.
Susan Mong, Finance Analyst for Johnson County Park and Recreation District, on the things that stood out in her first year working in parks and recreation.
July 12 was National Summer Learning Day!
Health information is considered personally identifiable information, and can have negative consequences if it’s used or managed improperly.
Ticks are an outdoor hazard with perhaps one of the highest yuck factors of any biting or stinging insect in nature.
July is Park and Recreation Month! On this episode, we chat with the Waukegan Park District in Illinois about how they're celebrating and all the great events they have planned.
Here are some tips on making the most of your time at the NRPA Annual Conference.
Community gardens are a wonderful way to not only green up the neighborhood, but also to bring neighbors together.
NRPA will work over the summer to encourage passage of the Senate version of the WRDA bill and ask the House and Senate to include green infrastructure in their final package.