Note: As of January 1, 2008, the Active Living Network is no longer operational. To stay connected to the active living movement, visit RWJF's related national programs: http://www.rwjf.org/programareas/npolist.jsp?pid=1138.
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Active living is taking place all around the country. This map offers at-a-glance projects, resources and profiles by state.

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Active Living Network - Storybank
The Active Living Storybank is a searchable database of projects, programs and initiatives around the country promoting health through changes in the built environment.

The Storybank allows professionals, advocates, community leaders and others to find real-world examples of active living in action.

Goals of the Active Living Storybank include:
  • Connecting local, regional and national efforts around the country
  • Growing the network of people promoting active living
  • Inspiring action by demonstrating what is possible

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The Active Living Partnership at Stapleton (ALPS) promotes and studies the benefits of healthy community design in Stapleton and the surrounding neighborhoods. Over the next 15 to 20 years, the cit ...

In June 2003, Ashwaubenon held a Walkable Community Workshop. By January 2004, the Village President appointed a citizen committee with seven members to help improve Ashwaubenon.s walking and bicyc ...

This project initially focuses on a HOPE VI revitalization project with the goal of expanding active living strategies to future development in Metro-Louisville. Planning and program efforts are im ...

The Arkansas River Trail has been designed and designated as a .place for all people.. Approximately 11.5 miles of the planned 24 miles have been completed, allowing walkers, bicyclists, skaters, s ...

In June of 2003, a Walking workshop was held to focus on improvements to Highway 57. The highway lies next to a popular recreational trail that is 16 miles long and runs from Green Bay through Allo ...