For nearly 50 years, PARKS & RECREATION Magazine has helped park professionals serve the public. Through its pursuit of key issues, trends, and personalities, the magazine advances American parks, recreation, and conservation efforts.
Last year, one of our most popular articles on the blog was around this time of year.It reflected on the Thanksgiving tradition of talking with friend..
This week, the New York Times reported that Facebook will again change the rankings of posts from business pages making it harder than ever to organic..
I have been in the field of parks and recreation for about 15 years (wow!), with most of my work focusing on special event management. One of my key g..
11/26/2014 Still Thankful for Parks and Recreation. How About You?
Last year, one of our most popular articles on the blog was around this time of year.It reflected on the Thanksgiving tradition of talking with friends and family about what it is you are thankful for ...Continue Reading
11/21/2014 How Facebook Changes Affect Parks and Rec (and 4 Ways to Adapt)
This week, the New York Times reported that Facebook will again change the rankings of posts from business pages making it harder than ever to organically show up in your fans’ newsfeeds. So what are p...Continue Reading
11/17/2014 5 Tips for Submitting a Successful Education Session Proposal
There’s an old saying that states “inspiration is the catalyst of action.” Well, the time is now for you to submit your ideas for an education session for the 2015 NRPA Congress. Inspire your fellow pa...Continue Reading
11/06/2014 What the Midterm Congressional Election Results Mean for Parks and Recreation
The results of the November 4 Congressional elections were, by any standard, a big win for the Republicans. Seeing the GOP take control of the Senate and strengthen their majority in the House certainl...Continue Reading
10/28/2014 Trails Are Going High Tech. Are You Ready?
At the conclusion of another successful NRPA Congress, we find ourselves thinking about the future. What does the park of the future look like? One thing is certain: great parks must serve visitors dig...Continue Reading
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