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10-Minute Walk Learning Series

Parks are essential to the physical, social, environmental, and economic health of a community-and cities nationwide. That's why the National Recreation and Park Association, The Trust for Public Land, and the Urban Land Institute are leading a nationwide movement to ensure there's a great park within a 10-minute walk of every person, in every neighborhood, in every city across America. Through a collective national voice, Mayoral endorsement, and local action, the 10-Minute Walk Campaign aims to increase park access, quality, and funding within a 10-minute walk of home. Subscribe for free today to this learning series dedicated to the 10-Minute Walk initiative. This subscription will automatically enroll you in upcoming webinars, micro-learning, shared resources, and discussions focused on this important NRPA project. CEU's: 0.0

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10-Minute Walk: Public Funding Opportunities

Time and time again residents of cities across the country show their support for parks and recreation by supporting bond measures, so how can you join this success and what other public funding strategies are there? Join us for a webinar and interactive panel discussion on ways to increase public financing to support improved and sustained park access and quality. We'll be joined by guest speakers who have successfully leveraged public funding strategies for their park agency as well as economists and policy experts whom have generated data, analysis, and funding mechanisms to successfully increase public financing. Bring your questions and ideas for a robust discussion around best practices you can use in your city.

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This webinar is a part of the 10-Minute Walk Learning Series. By signing up for this webinar, you will be enrolled in this subscription. To be removed, please notify onlinelearning@nrpa.org

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12 Steps To Prevent Recreational Water Illnesses

Ever wonder how you can protect swimmers from recreational water illnesses (RWIs) without restricting access and enjoyment? Like many risk management strategies, training methods for RWI prevention require a combination of equipment and design improvements, new policies, management, and education of staff to ensure the safety of patrons. In this webinar, Alison Youngblood, Vice President of Duffield Aquatics, Inc., will answer questions about RWIs such as - what types are most common, where they are found, how they are spread, who is most likely to become ill and how to prevent them? Join us and learn how to protect your community and facilities from RWIs.

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2019 Congressional Preview Webinar

This Valentine's Day, let's not lose heart on what we can accomplish together in working with our elected officials!

The 2018 mid-term elections resulted in the Democratic Party gaining control of the House of Representatives and the Republican Party maintaining their majority in the Senate. Join us to learn from NRPA's Public Policy Team how congressional committees in the House relevant to park and rec priorities have now shifted in leadership and priorities and what pieces of legislation may be moving this year. And, as always, how your advocacy is needed to support policy decisions being made in DC and ways to engage your elected officials back home!

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2019 Premier Webinar Subscription

Subscribe to the 2019 Premier Webinar Series and be instantly registered for any premier discounted webinar that we offer for all of 2019 with continued access to the archived recordings and materials. NRPA's free Premier webinar series addresses timely and relevant topics within the park and recreation field. The webinars are free to our premier members. The Premier Webinar series occurs on the second Thursday of each month at 2 p.m. ET.

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2020 CAPRA Virtual Site Visit Process

In response to Novel Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19), CAPRA has adjusted its practice for site visits for the 2020 accreditation visit season. This webinar will discuss these changes and answer questions regarding a virtual site visit process. The recording will be available throughout the year as a resource for agencies and visitors. Register today to receive information regarding the process changes. If you have questions, please direct them to CAPRA@nrpa.org so that we may address them before the webinar and populate a frequently asked questions (FAQ) following this webinar event.

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9 Easy Steps To Managing Lightning At Your Facility

It only takes a split second for tragedy to strike from the sky, literally! Severe weather like lightning and dangerous thunderstorms continues to threaten park staff and visitors especially during the warm summer months. Just recently, on May 18th, 2019, a woman was struck and injured by lightning while fishing at Smithville Lake in Missouri. In fact, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) reports that about two-thirds of all lightning deaths in the U.S. are associated with outdoor recreation activities. Does your facility have a lightning safety policy in place? The threat of lightning should be taken seriously by every recreational facility and park. Lightning is an early indicator of other severe weather phenomena like severe thunderstorms, hails, tornadoes, and even high winds! However, there is good news. Lightning can be planned for, monitored, and alerted upon effectively at your facility. Let us show you how.

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Addressing Substance Misuse and Associated Stigmas in Parks

New York City has been dramatically impacted by injection drug use - anywhere from 100 to 10,000 discarded syringes are found in parks daily. Julien Scott, Bronx Operations Manager, discusses how his park system has worked to address the various issues associated with discarded syringes. Along with the NYC Department of Health, NYC Parks convened a task force that meets monthly with over 75 individuals from 16 agencies, organizations and civic groups. This group focuses on assessing the drug-using population in parks, improving syringe disposal efforts, park-specific social service outreach, community engagement, internal staff development, and increased security. Part of the staff safety and development training includes framing drug use in parks as a public health crisis and discussing challenges like stigma and socio-economic implications of public drug use and criminalization, existing racial disparities among opioid overdose fatality rates, and how this exacerbates the opioid epidemic in the south Bronx.

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An Inside Look At the Signs of Substance Misuse

This webinar will provide education and awareness surrounding drug use, ways different drugs can be hidden, related signs and symptoms, and how to have a conversation about suspected usage. We will also discuss policies and procedures that can be implemented in the park and recreation setting. Information about the "Hidden in Plain Sight" training, a valuable resource to the field, will be shared with participants as well.

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