Celebrate July Park & Rec Month by Engaging with Community

This guest blog post is written by Jared Mummert, Program Specialist, National Recreation

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Five Ways Nonprofits Can Thrive as Remote Orgnanizations

Nonprofits are increasingly transitioning to working remotely, in part to address longer commutes

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How to Have Fun: Walking School Bus Edition

“It’s fun to have fun, but you have to know how.” Dr. Seuss

As

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Reps. Brownley and Espaillat Step Up For Safety

We congratulate Representatives Julia Brownley (D-CA-26) and Adriano Espaillat (D-NY-13) for introducing the

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Congress Shifts Into Gear on Transportation Reauthorization

For two years now, there’s been regular talk about a large infrastructure package.

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Residents ‘Lead the Change’ and Ignite Collaborative Efforts to Increase Park Safety in Houston

Low-income communities and communities of color have experienced historic disinvestment and marginalization in

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Sustaining Success: Former Crime Magnet is Transformed into a Community Recreational and Green Space

The old tennis courts at Homestead Park in Youngstown, Ohio, secluded from other

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A New Look for the Safe Routes Partnership

If you have registered for the 2019 Safe Routes to School National Conference

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Senators Cardin and Wicker Lead on TAP

This week, Senators Cardin (D-MD) and Wicker (R-MS) introduced S. 1098,

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Transportation Heats Up in the Senate

While the current FAST Act won’t expire until September 2020, it takes a

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