Tue May 17, 2022 5:45 p.m. The Office for Domestic Violence Prevention trains more than 4,000 employees working at state parks, campgrounds and trails to help identify and respond to incidents The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and the State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation haveRead More →

Spring is here, the good weather is fast approaching and it’s time to get outside to enjoy the fresh air and the sun. If you’re looking for an outdoor activity suitable for the whole family, have you thought about visiting one of Germany’s beautiful butterfly parks? Here’s a roundup ofRead More →

The City of Oneonta handled the planning and implementation of park improvements. Neahwa, Huntington and Wilber Parks all have upgrades in progress. In Neahwa, electrical upgrades are underway, renovations to repair water damage at Damaschke Field will begin this month, and a ¾-mile multi-use bike path will be paved thisRead More →

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Colorado’s parks and wildlife division is in turmoil after a black employee accused two white managers of making racist remarks and urged the governor to have them fired from their jobs. In a letter to Colorado Governor Jared Polis, Alease “Aloe” Lee, the statewide partnership coordinator for Colorado Parks andRead More →

CAMP HILL – In an effort to showcase all that PA’s 121 national parks and 20 forest districts have to offer, the Pennsylvania Parks and Forests Foundation is participating in the inaugural I Love My State Parks Week, a campaign hosted by the National Association of State Parks Foundations fromRead More →

By Rob Brawner, Executive Director of Atlanta BeltLine Partnership The past year has been an exciting one for Atlanta Parks and Trails. In the primary election on Tuesday, May 24, Atlanta voters can continue to advance the vision of a greener, safer and more connected city by approving three ballotRead More →

Operators of some Lagos State amusement parks have expressed their desire to excite revelers this Easter. They spoke to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in separate talks on Wednesday in Lagos. Raymond Atimah, Business Developer, Shodex Gardens and Park, said there would be a special program for young peopleRead More →

The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission has approved more than $12.5 million in grants to help create and improve outdoor recreation opportunities. Competitive grants are awarded to local government entities on a 50/50 reimbursement basis. The City of Kaufman received a $750,000 non-urban outdoor grant for its project to developRead More →

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The CAC designation, granted by IBCCES, requires full training and certification of guest-facing personnel, as well as on-site examination by IBCCES, which will enable Aventura Parks to provide guests with sensory guides , pre-trip planning tools and other resources to ensure their visit is a success. . Aventura Parks isRead More →

VLadimir King said Santa Fe’s public tennis courts have been largely neglected nearly half the time in the 30 years he has been involved with tennis in the city. King said he finds the cracks, litter and leaves that sometimes obstruct play to be a safety issue while teaching lessons,Read More →

California State Railroad Museum in Sacramento (top left); Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve in San Diego (top right); Providence Mountains State Recreation Area in San Bernardino County (bottom left); Año Nuevo State Park in San Mateo County (lower right). Parks across the state will offer special community events with in-personRead More →

BISMARCK – The North Dakota Department of Parks and Recreation (NDPRD) and the North Dakota Department of Public Instruction (NDDPI) are thrilled to announce a partnership designed to expand, enhance and support learning opportunities in outdoors for all public, private, and home-schooled students in North Dakota. September 2024. This partnershipRead More →

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“],”renderIntial”:true,”wordCount”:350}”> Most of us don’t pretend to be irresponsible visitors to national parks. We adhere to the principles of Leave No Trace (LNT) and view marked off sections as no go zones – not barriers between us and the perfect photo shoot. But then we bend the rules with aRead More →

ALBANY — Governor Kathy Hochul announced the addition of nearly 1,200 acres to three state parks in the Hudson Valley, expanding New York State’s open space protection and ensuring the conservation of large blocks of contiguous forest land. The new park includes 946 acres at Hudson Highlands State Park PreserveRead More →

Every few years, the West Virginia legislature attempts to privatize state parks, officials say. This year, that attempt can be veiled in Senate Bill 485 – a complex bill that extends private leases from 25 to 50 years, removes all legislative scrutiny, as well as any restrictions on types ofRead More →

Breadcrumb Links News Local News Outdoor Recreation Council of BC has been advocating since its inception in 1976 for the consolidation of government responsibilities for parks, trails and recreational sites. Goldstream Provincial Park. Vancouver Sun Content of the article Outdoor enthusiasts have welcomed a provincial shakeup, announced in Tuesday’s budget,Read More →

Christopher Jensen is Merced’s new director of parks and recreation. Impressive future opportunities, steady growth, and building partnerships with individuals and organizations encourage Merced’s new Director of Parks and Recreation, Christopher Jensen. Jensen began his new duties on January 18; he oversees three full-time employees and two more to beRead More →

By Melissa Moore-Randall If you’re looking for a fun activity to keep your kids busy during these tough Covid times, look no further than the City of Revere Parks and Recreation Department. Revere Parks and Recreation provides Revere residents (children and adults) with year-round recreation programs, activities, and special events.Read More →

Many parks and recreation centers are going back to their roots by coming up with creative ideas to bring the community together again. Fun Flicks Outdoor Media has been at the center of this by offering significant discounts to parks and recreation centers when they choose them for their outdoorRead More →

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STRATHROY-CARADOC – When will there be a swimming pool? This was the most asked question during the public consultation on the future of parks and recreation in Strathroy-Caradoc. Consultant Steve Langlois of Monteith Brown presented a 172-page master plan to council on January 17. It contains 63 recommendations, 18 keyRead More →

by BRIAN NADIG Community identifiers for the Edgebrook area and protected bike lanes on Bryn Mawr Avenue between Kostner Avenue and Kedzie Avenue are among the infrastructure improvements proposed during the 39th Ward Crowdfunding vote. A community vote will take place from Monday, January 31 through Friday, February 11, andRead More →

HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) – Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn announced Friday, Jan. 21, that grant applications are now being accepted for recreation and conservation projects throughout the state. “DCNR grants are having a tremendous impact in helping communities acquire and improve local parks, trailsRead More →

(The Florida State Parks Foundation issued the following press release today.) TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – The Florida State Parks Foundation today announced a new collaboration with Duke Energy Florida and the Duke Energy Foundation that will fund three parks projects totaling $150,000. “We are thrilled to partner with Duke Energy andRead More →

JAMESTOWN, ND (NewsDakota.com) – As winter looks set to last, Jamestown Parks & Recreation is excited about the opportunities they can offer and provide to the area at this time. Director Amy Walters says work has begun to establish the schedule of events during Cabin Fever Days in February. https://dehayf5mhw1h7.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/sites/1065/2022/01/14132619/Walters.mp3Read More →

[ad_1] Visitors flock to West Virginia in search of many treasures, but one we don’t often think of is that our remote, pristine areas lend themselves to a light pollution escape. For scientists and astronomers, it is precious and rare in this country. Today, Watoga State Park in Pocahontas CountyRead More →

[ad_1] SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – Residents and visitors to the Bay Area are encouraged to enjoy the wonders of the outdoors on New Years Day at California State Parks, some of which participate in a national event called First Day Hikes. The organizers encourage people to enjoy the treasuresRead More →

[ad_1] SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – The state has provided $ 5.8 million each for environmental justice-focused park projects for residents of the Bayview and Western Addition neighborhoods, according to a press release from San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department. New funding for the projects – for India Basin ShorelineRead More →