Resources for Park and Recreation Professionals
With help from our members and research partners, we make the following resources and tools available to equip parks and recreation departments, municipalities, urban design and landscape architecture firms, and advocacy organizations to enhance capacity and build equitable, healthy, and engaged communities.
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- Arts & Culture
- Civic Engagement/Volunteers
- Community Benefits
- Dog Park
- Economic Development
- Emergency Management & Planning
- Green Infrastructure/Resilience
- Historic Preservation
- Land Protection
- Parkland Alienation
- Skate Park
- Urban Greening/Biodiversity
- Workforce Development/Youth Employment
- Youth Programming
The COVID-19 Pandemic and Outdoor Recreation: Exploring COVID-19 Induced Changes in Outdoor Recreation Engagement and Behaviour in New ZealandLand Environment and People Research Report
The second of two reports that explores the impacts of the 2020 COVID-19 national lockdown on outdoor recreationists’ in New Zealand.
What Makes Parks Safe?Dr. Anna Barker and Professor George Holmes (University of Leeds) with Dr Rizwana Alam, Lauren Cape-Davenhill, Dr Sally Osei-Appiah and Dr. Sibylla Warrington Brown, in collaboration with West Yorkshire Combined Authority
This research report promotes the use of parks by women and girls, by understanding and responding to the barriers to feeling safe.