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NRPA Connect members discuss plans for Earth Day
A weight-loss challenge helped NRPA staff members lose a total of 180 pounds
Reports from the 2013 NRPA Legislative Forum bode well for parks and recreation
Of the many variables in deciding to convert to synthetic turf for playing fields, cost is just the starting point
Compact, walkable communities with shared open spaces provide more economic benefits than you might realize
Bridging programmatic space through sensitive landscape planning
Residents become park stewards in Washington
Making a difference to at-risk youth requires a balance of patience and support
Make the most of your employees' performance reviews
A cooperative program in Virginia helps middle schoolers develop positive character
How the Great Flood of 1997 helped build a wellness center
Research proves the calming effect of nature on the brain.
A group of blind individuals is denied access to play at a paintball facility, which they state was due to their disability. Do they have a case?
Capitol Hill’s own version of March Madness
Stay on top of the latest in parks and recreation with this listing of announcements from around the industry.
Parks and recreation promotes gender equity in community athletics.
Striving to be the capital of sustainability
Managing Editor Beth Beard shares her thoughts on the expectations our communities have in their parks and recreation departments and introduces NRPA's new three-pillar messaging campaign.
Steve Thompson, chair of the Board of Directors, shares insight into NRPA's three-year strategic plan and explains where we go from here.