NRPA offers the tools and knowledge needed to advocate for and implement green infrastructure in parks with the Greener Parks for Health suite of resources — the Communications Toolkit, Policy Action Framework and Advocacy Toolkit.
The NRPA Directors School is an exclusive two-year professional development opportunity that prepares new and potential park and recreation directors to be effective leaders.
Becoming a Certified Park and Recreation Professional (CPRP) will not only keep your expertise fresh, but also help you achieve greater health, resilience and equity outcomes in your community. Apply to get certified by April 30 to receive a free Online Prep Course ($250 value).
NRPA has released a three-part suite of resources to support park and recreation professionals as they address substance use, mental health crises and related issues in their communities.
The National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) provides you with grant opportunities, professional development, networking, advocacy and many other resources to help you support your community. NRPA offers membership options for all types of park and recreation professionals. NRPA supports you so that you can better support your community.