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Sharing the stories of purpose-driven Parks and Recreation professionals. We believe every professional has the potential to make a difference in their organization and in their communities. These are the stories of the future leaders who are navigating their career and finding their purpose through Parks and Recreation. (Previously: Becky Talks Parks)
 
WARNING EXPLICIT PARKS AND RECREATION REVIEW SHOW. Why are we a different rewatch Podcast? We review by categories What's aged the best? What's aged the worst? Who wins the award for the character that did the most with little screen time? Who wins the over acting award? From 1-10 how bad did you feel for Jerry/Kyle? Half ass internet research Unanswerable Questions AND MORE. Follow our @parksandquestions instagram page. Please support the show. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/adrian ...
 
Hannah Lil Nessen (@HannahLilNessen) and Will Sonheim (@WillSonheim) embark on a journey through Pawnee, Indiana on Pawnee Public Radio: A Parks and Rec Rewatch Podcast (@radiopawnee). Join Hannah & Will as they rewatch and recap each and every Parks & Recreation episode. New Podcasts each Tuesday. Artwork by Caroline Reedy, IG: @doot_doodles Theme Song by Patrick Budde, www.patrickbudde.com
 
Do you enjoy outdoor recreation, or want to learn more about Arizona’s outdoor scene? You know…Camping, hiking, mountain biking, fishing, wildlife and bird watching, and more! Join us every other Wednesday as we discuss adventure, beautiful places, and hidden treasures in Arizona’s state parks! Whether you’re a seasoned outdoor veteran or someone looking to get into outdoor recreation, there’s something in this podcast for you!
 
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This week, Mark and Allen break down the Episode that introduces the infamous JJ's Diner special, the "Four Horse-Meals of the Egg-Pork-alypse"! Leslie is organizing a time capsule filled with items representing the spirit of Pawnee. Citizen Kelly Larson visits Leslie to plead his case for the Twilight books to go in the time capsule. Leslie says n…
 
With the rise in digital content, it’s easier than ever to deliver a targeted message to your intended audience. And, one type of digital content that I’m a particular fan of is podcasting, which continues to be a platform that is seeing tremendous growth. On today’s episode, you’ll meet the hosts of two other podcasts related to parks and recreati…
 
We're wrapping up season 3 with an episode about FUN. In this episode, Marissa and Becky discuss ten different ways to have more fun at work. Join our newsletter and follow us on Instagram for more content like this! Be back in August!--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lets-talk-parks/message…
 
This week, Mark and Allen break down the Episode where Chris tells himself to ... STOP ... POOPING!!! The flu is sweeping across Pawnee, with Ann caring for many of the sick, including April (who still resents Ann for kissing Andy). While Ron visits April, she asks him not to tell Andy she's there. With April gone, Ron does ask Andy to fill in as a…
 
This week, Mark and Allen break down the Episode that introduces the often imitated but never duplicated Swanson Pyramid of Greatness! The government shutdown is over, and the Parks Department is back, although on a shoestring budget, with Chris and Ben only letting them conduct existing park maintenance. Wanting to offer and do more, Leslie has a …
 
The August issue of Parks & Recreation magazine is out now, and on today’s episode, we’re diving deeper into one of this month’s feature stories, titled, “A River Runs Through It.” The article explores the Tennessee RiverLine and the partners who worked to advance stewardship and equitable access to the 652-mile Tennessee River. Joining me today is…
 
Mark and Allen are enjoying some well-earned time off this week but they've left newly promoted Constantine in charge and are confident he will play the right Episode...this time. After all, he is no longer confusing the 8-Track's with the Digital archives and we've locked up the Vinyl collection just in case too. Join us as the guys interview the …
 
*Content note: In this episode, you will meet Jennifer Holmes, a mother who tragically lost her son, Genesis, in a drowning accident. This episode contains an emotional account of her traumatic experience, so please listen with care when you feel you are able to, as the content may be triggering for some listeners. If you are unable to listen but w…
 
Marissa sat down with Corrine Daut, Recreation Coordinator at Raymore Parks and Recreation to discuss the challenges and advantages of hiring entry level staff...and sometimes their parents too. This episode came about when Marissa was reading through a thread on the Women in Parks and Recreation Facebook page. The discussion was about interviewing…
 
In this Special Revisited episode, not only do we recap the last two-thirds of Season 2; but, we also spend some time introducing and giving first impressions of Ben and Chris as well as being joined by special guest Josh Kraus (@ParksAndRecNow) on for an interview to discuss his terrific spec script "The Return of Mark Brendanawicz”! Don't miss ou…
 
It's in our DNA to want more influence. Especially as Parks & Recreation professionals, we want our voice to be heard. We want our share our ideas, relay insights from our patrons, and be respected as a leader in our agencies. Too often, we wait for a promotion or status to decide that we have *enough* power to influence. But as Chris Dropinski poi…
 
This week, Mark and Allen break down the Episode that bids farewell to Mark Brendanawicz. Due to the government shutdown, the kids' concert featuring Freddy Spaghetti is cancelled - but not without a fight from Leslie! Hosting the concert on Lot 48 by Ann's house, Leslie pulls together the gang to save the day. Ron has been assigned to the Emergenc…
 
In commemoration of the recent Granite Mountain Hotshots anniversary, Neil and Randee sat down with Yarnell resident and now park ranger Jared Welsh, who recalled memories of the town during the Yarnell Hill Fire of June 2013. Jared is now a park ranger at Granite Mountain Hotshots Memorial State Park, and shares those memories and the memory of th…
 
As we continue to lift up stories of inclusion in celebration of Pride Month, my colleagues Allison Colman, NRPA’s director of health, and Teresa Morrisey, a program manager on NRPA’s Park Access team, recently published a blog post on the Open Space blog titled, “A Pathway to Trans Inclusion in Youth Sports.” I highly recommend checking it out to …
 
Everything is a treasure map! Join us as we dive into famous trains, Ron Swanson's official grilling guide, and so much more! This was a live recording featuring some of our incredible listeners along for the ride! Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/parksandrewatch)Joy Bork & Joe Patterson
 
When you work in local government, you are bound to run into complaints and less-than-positive feedback. That's just part of the territory as a Parks and Recreation professional. But if you're someone who truly cares, It can be hard not to personalize their comments. In this episode, I go over 6 tips around how to overcome public complaints so that…
 
This week, Mark and Allen break down the Episode that introduces Chris Traeger and Ben Wyatt! We start out learning [a] April is turning 21 and having her birthday party at The Snakehole Lounge, [b] Ann has ended things with Mark, and [c] Leslie has prepared a budget proposal for the Lot 48 Park. However, later that morning city manager Paul Iaresc…
 
The July issue of Parks & Recreation magazine is out now, which not only means it’s time for a bonus episode, it also means that we’re only a few days away from July, and Park and Recreation Month is extremely close. As you may know, each year for Park and Recreation Month, we host a cover contest for the July issue of the magazine. Each year we re…
 
In this episode, Marissa and Becky discuss how we have found success in moving ideas forward in the field of Parks and Rec. We talk about the barriers of red tape, the surprising pros and cons of it, and how to move past it. We hope this episode is useful if you've been wanting to make progress on an idea or program, but haven't made traction. Some…
 
This week, Mark and Allen break down the Episode that has Joan Callemezzo, Perd Hapley, MC Martin Housely, and Joe from the Sewer Department all under the same roof! Given a 4 hour programming block (2am to 6am) for the 24-hour "Pawnee Cares" diabetes telethon starting that night, Leslie (who has already been up for 24 hours) gets everyone involved…
 
This week Neil and Randee take a step back and discuss the very different ways they got into outdoor recreation and appreciation. Neil reminisces about his growth as an outdoorsman and talks about sharing his passion for the outdoors with his kids, plus gives great tips for parents that want to spend time with their kids outside. Randee looks back …
 
In line with keeping equity at the center of all we do, NRPA recently released a suite of diversity, equity and inclusion resources for park and recreation professionals. NRPA’s mission of advancing parks, recreation and environmental conservation efforts that enhance the quality of life for all people depends on equity being central to our work. A…
 
All aboard the S.S. Knope! Speaking of which, how much would it actually cost to rent and wrap an RV like that? What is the fascinating history behind throwing pies at people? What is the disturbing truth of Groffle the Awful Waffle? Join us as we dive into all of these topics and more! Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/parksandrewatch)…
 
It seems I've been getting more questions about being a consultant in the field, so in this episode I talk about why you might consider moving into a consultant role. As a project consultant for GreenPlay LLC for the last five years, I feel very fortunate to work for a company that provides a great and supportive workplace culture. Although every r…
 
This week, Mark and Allen break down the Episode that finally introduces us to April's family and casa Ludgate! Forced to deal with 93 meetings in a single day (due to a mistake by a guilty and embarrassed April), Ron enlists the aid of April, Andy, and Ann. As the day progresses, meetings are handled with mixed results: Ron just silently listens s…
 
Get ready to watch your allotted time and keep it civil, because it's time for "The Debate!" Join us as we deep dive spin rooms, Joe explains why Bobby Newport's taste in James Bond actors is SO bad, and much more! Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/parksandrewatch)Joy Bork & Joe Patterson
 
Today I want to talk about something that I think is really important, but I couldn't really find anyone talking about this at all. Its the idea that sometimes it's ok to be disengaged at work. As a supervisor, you never want your employees to disengage. But if you are a high achiever, intentionally disengaging can be a good thing. It can prevent y…
 
This week, Mark and Allen break down the Episode that introduces the three men that preceded Ron as Pawnee Parks Director! Working on the Pawnee Summer Catalog, Leslie puts together a reunion between Ron Swanson and his three Park Director predecessors. She hopes it will be a joyous occasion and plans to write a letter about it for the catalog. How…
 
Today is the first day of Pride Month, yet, as we kick off this month-long celebration designed to achieve equal justice and equal opportunity for the LGBTQ+ community, we continue to see many states introducing harmful legislation aimed at preventing transgender youth from participating in sports. At NRPA, it’s our position that being recognized a…
 
Around here, we typically play with dead ammo. But we'll make an exception for this episode! Join us as we dive into ships in bottles, discuss what disturbs us both about Tom's apartment, and continue to celebrate Kathryn Hahn's amazing turn on the show as Jennifer Barkley! Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/parksandrewatch)…
 
In this episode, Marissa and Becky talk about fresh ideas for recruiting seasonal employees. Check out all of the ideas that we talked about on our blog: https://letstalkparks.com/fresh-ideas-to-recruit-seasonal-employees/--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lets-talk-parks/message
 
This week, Mark and Allen break down the Episode that reveals the secret to Jerry's approach to life (you'll have to wait until the very end). When Jerry gets mugged while refilling the park's hummingbird feeders, Leslie feels bad about how much they make fun of him, and urges the gang to refrain, while also working with LOUD park security ranger C…
 
Neil and Randee recently had a chance to sit down with Arizona State Parks and Trails Director Bob Broscheid to discuss an array of outdoor related topics. Director Broscheid has spent a lifetime exploring the outdoors and his outlook on sharing outdoor experiences is an inspiration to everyone that loves spending time outside. Recreate Responsibly…
 
The June issue of Parks & Recreation magazine is out now, and on today’s bonus episode of the podcast, we’ll be diving deeper into one of this month’s feature stories, “Mental Health Care in a Pandemic.” In the article, Parks & Recreation’s Associate Editor Lindsay Hogeboom explored the ways park and recreation agencies have provided mental health …
 
How many times over the last year have you gotten an urgent phone call or email that needed your attention right away? Probably way more than you ever imagined. We hope that as work relaxes into summer (or at least as things get a little more predictable), you have the chance to move out of the urgency that has been 2020. Instead, in this episode, …
 
This week, Mark and Allen break down the Episode that not only introduces Pawnee Animal Control, but also gives us a sneak peak at Ron's Haven! When Mayor Gunderson's dog Rufus (everybody loves Rufus) is bitten by the infamous possum Fairway Frank at Pawnee Municipal Golf Course, mayoral representative Evelyn Roushland asks Leslie to take action. L…
 
Today’s episode is a very bittersweet one, as we are bidding farewell to one-half of the Open Space Radio team. Roxanne Sutton, NRPA Director of Communications and the creative mind behind launching Open Space Radio, will be moving on and pursuing some really cool new adventures soon — but this, unfortunately, means she will no longer be co-hosting…
 
In this episode, Katie Garrett and Becky sit down to talk about the important of mindfulness in Parks & Recreation. If you've been struggling with burnout, overwhelm, or exhaustion then this episode is for you! So often, professionals that are deemed "essential" become overworked when budgets, timelines, or resources get tight. Parks and Recreation…
 
This week, Mark and Allen break down the Episode that introduces the inside of the famous Snakehole Lounge nightclub! A letter to the department makes Leslie think she is being named Woman of the Year, but instead it is going to Ron! While Ron knows this is a dumb mistake, he uses it to tease Leslie for caring about "crap like this", fully intendin…
 
Arizona’s Office of Tourism is making waves in the sustainability realm thanks to an exciting new partnership with Leave No Trace! How do Leave No Trace principles foster sustainable tourism practices in Arizona? Find out by joining Neil and Randee as they discuss Arizona’s NEW Appreciate AZ campaign with Debbie Johnson, Executive Director of the A…
 
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