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Survey sent to adults 50+ to gain a better understanding of the current activity behaviors and attitudes of older adults along with their greatest challenges.
Extreme Weather Mitigation in the Las Cruces Infill District Through Green Stormwater Infrastructure
A report describing how a $1.8 million investment in trees supported by green infrastructure will double the Infill District's shade canopy while also conservi…
People over age 65 in the U.S. remain highly underserved in regards to parks. This report draws from different sources to understand how parks can be best desi…
This handy guide outlines the definition of creative placemaking and how it can make for better parks and stronger communities.
Philadelphia’s "Rebuild" Infrastructure Initiative will remake civic assets with millions of reinvested in libraries, recreation centers, and parks.
Developed to expand awareness of the benefits of urban forests as green infrastructure and increase investments in urban forest resources.
Report on our national research initiative for funding parks and green infrastructure in low-income communities.
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Recommendations for water efficiency, green infrastructure, and flood risk policies for State Revolving Funds for climate-resilient communities.
- By: Tom McCann
View a transcript and summary of this webinar, in which we explored how park professionals are approaching scenario planning and risk assessment for summer pro…
Report highlights cities that experienced flooding, summarizes context of climate change, describes priority actions for equitable resilience.
Manual shows how to create a "Friends of" group where organizations working in partnership can create thriving green spaces and more livable cities.
Denver Parks’ Happy Haynes Testifies for the Outdoors for All Act at the House Natural Resources Committee HearingBy: Happy Haynes
Read Haynes' Outdoors for All Act testimony transcript, presented before the Subcommittee on National Parks, Forests, and Public Lands.
Webinar Recap & Transcript | Programming While Social Distancing: Creative Strategies to Engage CommunitiesBy: Tom McCann
Learn how park & rec professionals are using social media, live-streaming, signage, and other strategies to connect residents and encourage physical activity.
A "how-to" for design firms working on the Tidal Basin--an exchange of solutions and approaches between designers, stakeholders, and the public.
- By: City Parks Alliance
City Parks Alliance welcomes Paula Sliefert, senior marketing manager at The Toro Company, to the board of directors. For more information about The Toro Compa…
A guide to forming a "Friends of the Park" group and helpful tips and resources for how to reach your group's goals.
Explore stories of parks whose infrastructure plays a vital role in their cities' social, economic, and well-being.
- By: Catherine Nagel
City parks are more than gathering places. They are valuable infrastructure for our county’s urban communities, as vital as highways, bridges, and wastewater t…