The state of recreation is strong. And we’ve got to do something about climate change, or we’ll lose out on investments in access and infrastructure. Those are the headlines from a conversation about the state of recreation with Jon Snyder, the first Policy Advisor on Outdoor Recreation and Economic Development in the state of Washington (and the founder of this publication).
First, some good news. 13 of 14 local parks initiatives passed in the November elections, which is up from 2016 when only 70 percent of those issues passed. This means more money for trails and recreational facilities and more amenities to accommodate more users.
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