Our park and recreation stories are embedded in why professionals joined this field and stuck with it.
This month’s Park and Recreation Month issue had Executive Editor Vi Paynich reflecting on her own personal connection to the field.
Outdoor programs not only benefit community members’ health and wellness, but also benefit the community through sharing a common experience with neighbors from other backgrounds.
A national support group of young professionals, the YPN is open to park and recreation students and young professionals ages 35 and younger.
The 2021 NRPA Park and Recreation Salary Survey report features detailed base salary and bonus data for 10 typical park and recreation agency positions.
Seven in 10 people agree park and recreation community infrastructure is extremely or very important.
Coproduction helps minimize the impact of budget cuts on service delivery by developing strategies for transitioning the programming element of these services to the groups that benefit from them.
As federal funding filters down to states and localities, local leaders will face difficult decisions about where and how to invest resources.
Youth who engage in sports not only grow up more physically active but also gain mental and social health benefits that follow them into adulthood.
Service dogs are “task trained” dogs (of any breed) that enhance the ability of a person to participate in everyday opportunities.
The grant-funded project, Second Street Landscaping Project, enabled vegetation and green stormwater infrastructure to be installed along this pre-existing trail.
Learn the full details behind the case of Santa Cruz Homeless v. Bernal.
Find out how City of American Canyon in California’s Napa County was able to reopen its facilities successfully using a three-phase approach.
Environmental leader Chad Pregracke proposes turning the Interstate 80 (I-80) Mississippi River into a Bison Bridge, where wildlife can roam freely and visitors can enjoy panoramic views.