Pick up a tie-dye Parks Project long sleeve or Big Sur-scented candle, but most of all, make sure you leave no trace!
Do a little matchmaking. Spring for corny souvenirs. Have a massive birthday party for everyone who missed theirs.
Look out for volunteer opportunities, show love on social media, and show up to town halls to sing the praises of public green space.
Safe socialization means we're spending a lot more time outdoors—and exploring a fun and stripy new aesthetic, courtesy of the sun.
New York City’s parks are more essential than ever, but the city won’t allocate enough funding to maintain them.
The City of Toronto is threatening to fine park drinkers, even though it’s the safest way to socialize in person.
From east London to Sheffield, fights between locals and "outsiders" over neighbourhood parks have reached new heights during the pandemic.
"It was like a scene out of Cops," said the mom, who had her baby in a stroller and her dog.
Everybody loves parks, but coronavirus has shown us they’re more than just neighborhood amenities. They’re necessities.
Authorities are fining people for using the parks, even when they’re not near anyone else. Residents say their heavy-handed approach is going too far.
The six foot rule is not as important as "stay home as much as possible," but personal exceptionalism is still winning.