Magazine article Parks & Recreation

Inbox

Magazine article Parks & Recreation

Inbox

Article excerpt

This month, Parks & Recreation is debuting Inbox, a section of the magazine where members like you can sound off on your opinions of what NRPA is doing, give feedback on articles you read in the magazine, share exciting initiatives you're doing at your agency that you'd like the rest of the membership to know about and just tell us what's going on. The below commentary was collected from social media posts, website comments, emails to staff, posts on Connect, etc., and we'll gather feedback from these areas each month. To submit feedback for this section directly, email Associate Editor Danielle Taylor at dtaylor@nrpa.org. We want to know your thoughts?

Great information in the magazine. I decided to sign up for the electronic version. I need as much info as I can get to write my master's thesis, and since it is about recreation in certified beaches, I thought I may find interesting stuff here. I certainly did. Thanks.

Comment on email signup page of www.parksandrecreation.org

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For National Park and Recreation Month, we at Coconino County Parks and Recreation left disposable cameras at all of our parks and let people take pictures of how they enjoy the parks. I've posted what I consider the best pictures on our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/ coconinoparksandrec). Check it out!

Facebook message from Ricky Conway, Recreation Coordinator Coconino County Parks and Recreation Flagstaff, Arizona

Great article. Thanks for keeping up--and in turn allowing me to--in this important area.

Comment on www.parksandrecreation. org/2013/August/NEPA-Review-of-Fracking-Leases-on-Public-Lands

Jan, your preparation shows and you clearly love what you do! …

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