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  • Arkansas State Parks, 1992. Arkansas State Parks: A Legacy Worth Saving. Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism. Little Rock, Arkansas.
  • Hoots, T.A. 1996. Benefits Approach To Leisure. Benefits Based Management Project. Dana Point, California.
  • Kennedy, R.G., 1996. Conservation, Preservation, and the Cause Conservative. Presentation to the 1996 Missouri Parks Association Meeting. St. Louis, Missouri, October 12, 1996.
  • Land and Water Conservation Fund and Urban Park and Recreation Recovery Review Committee and National park Service Advisory Board, 1994. An American Network of Parks and Open Space: Creating A Conservation and Recreation Legacy. Publication by Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and National Park Service.
  • Landrum, N.C., 1993, Reflections On The Status Of America's State Parks From A Traditionalist's Point Of View. Abbreviated excerpts from a presentation to the 1993 Rocky Mountain State Park Executives Conference. Post Falls, Idaho, May 9-12, 1993.
  • LaPage, W.F., 1994. Partnerships For Parks: A Handbook For Building And Guiding Park Partnerships. National Association of State Park Directors.
  • National Recreation and Park Association Vision 2000 Task Force, 1994. Vision 2000: A Strategic Plan For The Future. National Recreation and Park Association. Arlington, Virginia.
  • New York Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, 1992. Mission Statement and Guiding Principles. Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation. Albany, New York.
  • O'Sullivan1 E., 1996. The Benefits of Parks and Recreation Resource Guide. A training program developed by the National Recreation and Park Association. Arlington, Virginia.
  • Parks and Recreation Federation of Ontario and the Ontario Ministry of Tourism and Recreation, 1992. A Catalogue Of The Benefits Of Parks And Recreation. Distribution by Canadian ParkslRecreation Association. Gloucester, Ontario.
  • Rose, V.G., 1996. What's A Park Worth?, National Parks, magazine of the National Parks and Conservation Association, vol.70, no. 5-6, pp.51-52.
  • Sefton, J.M. and Mummary, W. K., 1995. Benefits of Recreation Research Update. Venture Publishing, Inc. State College, Pennsylvania.
  • Turner, M., 1994. Building Community Support For Parks And Recreation: A New Mexico Handbook. New Mexico Parks and Recreation Department. Sante Fe, New Mexico.
  • White, S., 1993. The Tourism/Wellness Connection. Parks and Recreation, magazine of the National Recreation and Park Association, September 1993, pp. 82-85.
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