Written by game masters John Byl, Herwig Baldauf, Pat Doyle, and Andy Raithby; this book is your ticket to promoting fun and active participation for all involved.
Use this tool to plan daily, weekly, monthly, and periodic maintenance at your facility.
Leisure Services Management eBook With Web Resources
Reward systems serve several purposes in organizations. Effective reward systems help an organization be more competitive, retain key employees, and reduce turnover. Reward systems also can enhance employee motivation and reinforce the image of an organization among key stakeholders or future employees.
Outdoor Survival Guide
An illustrated description of how to start a fire using very basic tools.
The Park and Recreation Professional's Handbook With Online Resource
Professional development encompasses numerous facilitated learning opportunities, from college degree programs to formal course work to conferences and informal learning opportunities situated in practice
Because beaches are so unique with many advantages and disadvantages, beach managers need to know how to best educate beachgoers so their visitors can safely enjoy their beaches.
Healthy and Sustainable Fundraising Activities
When planning a fundraising event, an essential element to consider is budgeting. For those new to the process, a budget is simply a quantified, planned financial course of action over a period of time. It attempts to estimate costs and revenues.
Controversial Issues in Adventure Programming eBook
Between 1993 and 1998, my climbing friends and I would spend the month of January bouldering and camping at Hueco Tanks State Park near El Paso, Texas. The warm sun, brilliant problems, supportive climbing culture, and stark desert beauty brought us back.
50 Games for Going Green
Healthy active living takes on a new meaning when we take a second look at items and find new ways to be active using old stuff.
Campus Recreational Sports
New technologies are created daily that affect the products being manufactured for both institutional and personal use in sports and fitness markets. As with recreation facility managers, the professionals who select, purchase, and incorporate equipment into programs and facilities need to be aware not only of the “latest and greatest” but also of what might be coming in the future.
Community-wide campaigns involve many community sectors and partnerships, are large in scale and require high-intensity efforts with sustained high visibility, and use communication techniques to develop the physical activity campaign messages.
We must improve our understanding of how Americans value the outdoors and the factors that explain participation in outdoor activities in our modern world. Current needs must be identified to help the federal government better establish its funding priorities.
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