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: Public Health Policy

Upstate Forever is a nonprofit, membership-based organization that promotes sensible growth, advocates for sustainable development practices and protects special places in the Upstate region of Sou ...

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 ...

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 ...

The Schuylkill River Skatepark project represents a new way of thinking about the relationship of public space to skateboarding. The project is located in downtown Philadelphia, at the terminus of ...

The Step Together New Orleans program is working in partnership with the Louisiana Public Health Institute and City of New Orleans Health Department to implement prevention efforts focused at reduc ...

The partnership will promote active living among residents of the Kalihi Valley area of Honolulu. This project will develop linkages with an existing Community Action Plan and Mayor's Vision Te ...

The rural town of Wray, Colorado, lacked designated outdoor walking paths that were safe and convenient for area residents. Medical providers, city government and concerned citizens collaborated to ...

Jackson has high rates of obesity and overweight, which mirror average rates for the state of Michigan. Project U-Turn focuses on promoting active transportation, and was created by the Walkable Co ...

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