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LA River State Park Partners Oct 17
Kudos to all working to make great parks accessible to all. Special thanks to board member for his leadership.
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Jon Christensen Oct 17
Our research on "California State Parks: A Valuable Resource for Youth Health" was designed to provide data, analysis, and narratives that people can use to open up access to . So it was a great honor to present to today. See:
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Parks Now Nov 7
As a child, Marcus played in Baxter Parklet while his dad worked. Now, the 2-acre park in Pittsburgh is among many in need of resources. If a proposed tax referendum passes, these parks could receive funds to help revitalize the community.:
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Parks Now Oct 17
The once-exclusive beaches at Hollister Ranch will now be open to the public. Thank you , for ensuring in California!
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Aaron Sewell Nov 1
West Des Moines Residents I am one of them. Looking for a second term on the parks and recreation board.
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Anna the Planna Nov 6
🌮Great multicultural sharing lunch prepared by staff as part of our awareness week. 🍜 Lots of full, happy bellies 😍 and more 💷 funds in the pot for , our chosen charity of the year. 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼
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Catherine Reining Oct 27
Laurier GES students & faculty recently attended the Canadian Parks Conference in Quebec City to engage with park professionals and youth leaders:
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Parks California Oct 29
“Here’s the best piece of advice you’ll get all day: Go to the park.” This new study is part of a wave of on the health benefits of parks. It suggests visiting boosted participants’ happiness as much as Christmas morning.
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Latino Outdoors Oct 17
Replying to @the_wrangler
. emphasizes the importance of having nature within a 10 minute walk for communities. State Parks contribute to the health and well being of residents who live within that half a mile.
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Parks California Oct 17
Año Nuevo is a treasure of our . It offers trails & student tours to see the elephant seals that migrate to the beach in winter and spring. Have you been to Año Nuevo? Share your pics! Learn more: 📸
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Latino Outdoors Oct 17
It's all about getting young folks outside. Engaging youth often and early is key to creating a healthy community and a lasting connection to our parks.
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Hydro Flask Oct 28
Did you know that was formed by the massive volcanic eruption of Mount Mazama 7,700 yrs ago?🌋 Learn about the natural wonders in your area by visiting : 📸: Rich Bacon
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Maggie Aupperlee Oct 30
Replying to @magsg
And for the record, I am 100% for it and would love to talk to you about why!
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Hydro Flask Oct 25
While we love backcountry adventures, we also think that a love of outdoor adventure can exist on a smaller scale. So for today’s , we encourage you to ‘Visit a park’.🌲 📸:
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Parks Now Nov 1
Thanks for your leadership ensuring , Yosemite! has the longest-running deaf services in the . It's also the first to have a full-time sign language interpreter on staff.
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Marybeth Vergara Nov 6
The RMC is a Proud partner in this effort. Prop. 68 funds went towards this park acquisition.
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UCLA Anderson School of Management Aug 22
Absolutely! In addition, research via shows that instilling ownership feelings leads to greater care of common resources. When we it helps us, and in turn we should help our parks!
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Daniel Rossman Nov 4
And if you’re keeping score at home a healthy people is a good thing; let’s build more parks and make sure people can access them.
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Josie Gutierrez Oct 17
Hola! It's me ... Fitfunand 🤠. Just making sure we're on for bigbendnps next month 🥾🏕. @ Los Angeles, California
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Parks California Oct 22
. researchers know that bringing to our cities has benefits. of says: “Now, the big challenge is to… create vibrant, 21st-century urban spaces to support human health and well-being.”
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