Advocacy Is Everyone's Responsibility
We want to provide you with tools that will make your efforts to educate audiences about the value of parks and recreation, easy and accessible. We hope you will find this information helpful in your endeavors to advance the parks and recreation profession.
This information is intended to not only inform you of legislative issues we are following on your behalf, but are also to make you more comfortable being the most effective advocate you can be for parks and recreation. Some of the information is general in nature, and some will be more issue related. We hope you find this information helpful and that it assists you in becoming an effective parks and recreation advocate.
NCRPA’s advocacy efforts are multi-faceted in order to assure that the public, elected officials, and our own professionals are prepared to be active advocates for the programs and services provided by parks and recreation agencies throughout our state.
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For more information, visit the Advocacy & Policy section on the NRPA webite.