[ad_1] Montana state parks saw an increase in visitation for the second year in a row with more than 2.9 million visitors crossing public lands between January and September. While the number of visitors could be 2% lower than last year, the figure represents an increase of 27.1% from 2019.Read More →

[ad_1] JAKARTANS has enthusiastically returned to the city’s public parks, which are now open after months of closure under Covid-19 restrictions, but many have expressed concern that the parks reopening will be brief as the government plans to tighten restrictions during year-end holidays. Desi Permata Sari, a 21-year-old student, spentRead More →

[ad_1] The 1,050-acre Unicoi State Park & ​​Lodge is located in Helen, Georgia, a Bavarian-influenced town best known for the stunning Anna Ruby Falls and celebrations of German culture throughout. year round. Unicoi is an adventure lodge, which means it has plenty of outdoor offerings in the Appalachian foothills. YouRead More →

[ad_1] The unprecedented onset of a pandemic crisis such as COVID-19 has instrumented dominating changes in the global growth trajectory of the Park and Playground Inspection Software market. The event marks a catastrophic influence affecting a myriad of facets of the Park and Playground Inspection Software market in a multidimensionalRead More →

[ad_1] Home »News» Subaru Green Lights National Parks Fund, pledging money for sustainability On Wednesday, Subaru became the primary sponsor of three essential National Park Foundation initiatives. The brand was already NPF’s largest business partner, providing funding and public engagement to help protect 85 million acres in 400 parks. AsRead More →

[ad_1] Parks and Recreation project managers Angie Sims (left, Most Innovative Marketing Strategy) and Sarah O’Reilly (Best New Environmental Sustainability) coordinated the award-winning projects. (Courtesy of James City County) JAMES TOWN COUNTY – James City County Parks and Recreation won two awards at the annual conference of the Virginia RecreationRead More →

[ad_1] Painting in the open – under the shade of a majestic tree or umbrella – offers creatives an experience far beyond the confines of a typical studio. Dale Harding is working on a pastel artwork at Caribou Ranch near Nederland in 2019 (Dale Harding / Courtesy Photo) With MotherRead More →

[ad_1] In 10 years, thousands of San Francisco parking lots have been transformed into tiny pedestrian parks. Wellington City Council has also proposed to set up “parklets” across the capital. Today, as part of the Dominion Post’s Reimagining Wellington series, Brittany Keogh examines how the parklet trend took off inRead More →

[ad_1] JERSEYVILLE – Major upgrades have been announced to Jerseyville’s existing parks and recreation areas as part of its development of the historic downtown district. Additions and upgrades will include trees, planters, benches, garbage cans and lighting. Plans for the Lions Club / Wittman Park complex along North Jefferson StreetRead More →

[ad_1] According to an announcement by Governor David Ige, travelers from outside the United States will once again be able to visit Hawaii after the new federal guidelines come into effect on Monday, November 8. In a separate statement, the governor provided information on indoor and outdoor gathering rules. ARead More →

[ad_1] SALEM, Ore. (KTVZ) – The Oregon Department of Parks and Recreation has formed a committee to begin the process of changing Oregon’s business rules guiding the take-off and landing of drones in state parks and along the ocean coast. A Rules Advisory Committee will meet virtually on Wednesday, NovemberRead More →

[ad_1] HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) – On November 12, the governor will drop all COVID restrictions on outdoor activities at restaurants, bars and gyms. But the social distancing rules inside will remain in place. Governor David Ige made the announcement at a press conference on Tuesday, saying outdoor activities remain a saferRead More →