Updates from the National Park Service - Fall 2018

Updates from the National Park Service - Fall 2018

The National Park Service “National Capital Parks-East” (NACE) sends out a partner newsletter every quarter, and we’ve copied it here for you to read. If you are interested in getting this newsletter by email, contact Pya Langley.

Autumn is almost here! As the leaves start to change and we turn the corner into September, we want to highlight the summer's activities and programs and share our upcoming engagement opportunities. We look forward to our continued partnership on joint programs and our celebration of the environment and history as we connect to the many youth and families in our communities.

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Grow your capacity: jobs, teen health, community building, and more

Grow your capacity: jobs, teen health, community building, and more

One of the ways APACC helps members (and non-members) build their organizational capacity is through a weekly post with useful information and skill-building opportunities. Check out this week’s post.

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Take action on Visualize 2045

Take action on Visualize 2045

Equitable development, wellness, and Anacostia Park and Anacostia River—APACC’s core issues—are all impacted positively and negatively by transportation. For example, much of Ward 8 is cut off from the park and river by 295. Getting over 295 for Ward 7 residents can be trying, particularly for those with mobility challenges. Similarly, residents of both wards clamor for more and better employment opportunities. Since few of them will be in their neighborhood, accessible, reliable, and affordable transportation is a must.

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Grow your capacity: legal clinic, collaboration, fundraising, and more

Grow your capacity: legal clinic, collaboration, fundraising, and more

One of the ways APACC helps members (and non-members) build their organizational capacity is through a weekly post with useful information and skill-building opportunities. Check out this week’s post.

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