Parks and Recreation

Recycling Receptacles at National Parks Help to Promote Zero-Landfill Strategies

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By Alysa Kleinman About 270 million Americans visit national parks each year. They explore mountains and woods, see wildlife firsthand and discover culture. But along the way, they also generate 100 million pounds of trash. That’s could fill quite a few recycling receptacles and park trash cans. What can be done to solve this problem where visitors come to a ... Read More »

Park Grills With Larger Space Are Necessary To Meet New Trends in Barbecuing

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  By Gerald Dlubala The plumes of smoke from state and local parks, recreation areas and gathering places reach toward the sky carrying that familiar aroma of meat being introduced on park grills. And everywhere you turn, there’s going to be an amateur pitmaster firing up that park grill in the hopes of producing competition-worthy food for his friends and ... Read More »

Picnic Tables that are ADA-Compliant Make Improvements for All to Enjoy

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Everyone is welcome to sit at picnic tables at a community park or outside a facility. But what if you are disabled? Should you be excluded or made to feel like you are not part of the group? Absolutely not. That’s where ADA picnic tables come in. But without accessible equipment, facility managers can inadvertently exclude guests with disabilities. That’s ... Read More »