By taking a more proactive role in environmental protection, parks and recreation can serve our communities better, and our world.
Limiting screen time in your park and recreation summer and out-of-school time programs ensures that if screen time is used, it is balanced with physical activity time.
NRPA being awarded the title of Top Workplace means even more to us because it is based solely on employee surveys.
When a network of 50,000 park and recreation professionals came together along with our supplier community, big things happened for a park.
The United Nations spent the last three years identifying the most pressing issues affecting the planet; in particular, the human element of the planet.
NRPA recently sat down with two Congressional staffers to for some tips on getting the attention of federal elected officials.
The Young Professional Network organized a virtual “road trip” out West, making “stops” at COAPRT accredited schools. This blog focuses on the Texas State University.
Monarch butterfly conservation resources are available, and your park and recreation agency should look for opportunities to utilize them to expand efforts in conservation, education and research.
NRPA reached 50,000 park and recreation members in our 50th year.