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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Project Activities: Changing The Built Environment

The project focuses on creating more opportunities for active living in a dense urban setting. The project area is the predominantly Hispanic urban area of Santa Ana, where nearly half of the resid ...

ACT!vate Omaha is a multi-disciplinary collaborative that launched an awareness campaign on the benefits associated with active living. ACT!vate Omaha is a community-wide initiative encouraging all ...

Clay County, a small rural community of 9,300 residents located on the western border of North Carolina near Georgia, lacked a community park or playground. With three schools on one campus, a team ...

The City of Safford envisioned the creation of multi-use, non-motorized trail system for pedestrians, bicyclists and skaters. The Gila Valley Trails System is a 7.5-mile regional network that conne ...

This project involves a series of physical improvements in a low-moderate income neighborhood of Cleveland including the development of two multi-purpose urban trails that link to a larger urban ne ...

Arlington, the smallest county in the Commonwealth of Virginia, has roughly 200,000 residents and 30 public schools. The idea of developing a Safe Routes to School initiative started from people in ...

Waksik Wago is a partnership that serves the tribal Winnebago Village in rural Eastern Nebraska. An Indian term for "active people," Waksik Wago is focused on creating safe routes and co ...

Groundswork Somerville builds sustainable communities through partnerships with residents, businesses, congregations, and nonprofits. Somerville is a mixed income, multi-racial, multi-cultural, sub ...

A mapping process in five Seattle neighborhoods involves neighbors of all ages and ethnicities to make the places they live and work more walkable. Target neighborhoods are: Greenwood, Delridge, La ...

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