• 2021 Board Election Results

    We received 25 responses for votes for the open positions on our WRPA Board of Directors. Thank you to everyone who took the time to read the email correspondences we have been sending lately and for taking the time to vote for our Board Members at Large.

    The results are as follows:

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  • 2021 WRPA Video

    We need your help!
    We would like to put together a Statewide video compilation, with representation from as many organizations as possible. The goal of this video will be to explain the benefits of membership to the WRPA; we can use this for marketing for our profession and for our Association. Something similar to this video to watch:
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  • Certified Playground Safety Inspector Course

    March 15-17, 2022

    Bismarck, North Dakota

    See the attached flyer for more information

    ND CPSI Course - WY 2021 12.15.21

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  • Facebook Representatives Needed

    We need a representative from each organization that is willing to be an editor on our @WyoRecandParksAssociation page on Facebook. This will allow you the opportunity to post your events with direct exposure to other Cities within our State and other State Organizations. We also ask that you help to share events on your organization's pages to help spread the word and support each other's programs. This is a great target demographic for all of us to take advantage of in having exposure to each other's email and call lists essentially. Contact Katie Blood if you would like to be the representative for your organization.

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  • July 2021 WRPA Board Changes

    WRPA Members,

    As Past President of the WRPA, I am writing to inform you of recent changes made to the WRPA Board.

    On Thursday, July 15, Desiree Crosier submitted her resignation as WRPA President to the board, which was effective immediately.

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  • LWCF Applications for 2022

    Wyoming State Parks and Cultural Resources is accepting 2022 Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) applications. This year approximately $1,843,483 is available for the acquisition and/or development of public outdoor recreational lands and facilities.

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  • WRPA Incentive Program

    WRPA Incentive Plan Program

    The Mission of the WRPA Incentive Program (WIP) is to increase membership participation in all aspects of the WRPA by providing an incentive plan that will reward members for their professional efforts and recognize members for years of service, involvement and contributions to the WRPA.  The plan will encourage current WRPA members to continue their individual career growth and dedication to the field of Recreation and Parks.

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