Best Parks And Rec podcasts we could find (Updated April 2019)
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The official Podcast for the Louisville Parks and Recreation Department. With 120 parks and approximately 13,000 acres of public land, we're truly the City of Parks.
 
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On this episode of Park It Here we joined Parks Administrator, Tim Fulton to talk about the necessity of our maintenance team. Tim also shares his thoughts about the restoration of Joe Creason Park after the USA Cycling Cyclocross National Championships, and Champions Park after the flooding of Bourbon and Beyond.…
 
We channeled our inner Picasso as we discussed the recently renovated Metro Arts Community Center(located at 8360 Dixie Hwy, Louisville, KY 40258), while chatting with the center's brand new supervisor, Brad Meredith. Brad has an extensive history is glass-work, carpentry, and sculpting. Learn more about his background and some of the upcoming ...…
 
Ever heard of plogging? Learn more about this fitness craze, and how the Parks department saves $1 million a year with the help of volunteers across the city of Louisville. We had the chance to speak with our Volunteer Coordinator, Sarah Flarsheim about all the opportunities available.
 
On this episode of Park It Here, we spoke with the Mary T. Meagher Aquatic Center Supervisor, Keith Smith. Listen as we learn about the different opportunities offered at the aquatic center. We also talked about Keith's alter ego, "The Assassin" part of the Ohio Valley Wrestling.
 
This episode we discussed the influence of Fredrick Law Olmsted's design of park systems within the city of Louisville. We talked with special guest Layla George, President and CEO of Louisville Olmsted Parks Conservancy, and Seve Ghose, Director of Louisville Parks and Recreation.
 
We had the chance to learn about the history of Riverside, the Farnsley-Moremen Landing, and some one the events hosted along the Ohio River. This year we are celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the Farnsley-Moremen Historic Home opening to the public.
 
We sat down with Dr. Mesude Duyar, the Louisville Parks and Recreation Forestry Manager to discuss the environmental and social impact trees make in the city.
 
Mike Hallett discusses the history and future of the Iroquois Amphitheater as we Celebrate it's 80th Anniversary.
 
Michael W. Twitty, culinary historian, interpreter and author of The Cooking Gene, explains his research on how enslaved African-Americans shaped modern cuisine in the United States.
 
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