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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Recreational_drug_use

Recreational drugs include alcohol (as found in beer, wine, and distilled spirits); cannabis and hashish; nicotine (tobacco); caffeine (coffee and black tea); and the controlled substances listed as illegal drugs in the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs (1961) and the Convention on Psychotropic Substances (1971) of the ...

www.nrpa.org/tobacco

The purpose of the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) Position Statement on Tobacco Consumption in Parks is to encourage all providers of park, recreation and leisure service to maintain healthy, safe and clean environments that are free of tobacco consumption and use, tobacco products, and negative ...

www.tobaccofreeparks.org

Tobacco-Free Youth Recreation (TFYR) is a program of the Association for Nonsmokers-Minnesota (ANSR). TFYR's mission is to assist recreational organizations and communities in their efforts to create a tobacco-free environment where they can promote and model tobacco-free lifestyles. This is accomplished by helping ...

www.tobaccofreeparks.org/documents/Creating_Healthy_Communities.pdf

Creating Healthy Communities: Using Recreation as a Tool for Tobacco Prevention was developed and produced by Tobacco-Free Youth Recreation, a program of the Association for. Nonsmokers—Minnesota, and the SmokeFree Soccer Initiative of the Minnesota Department of. Health, April 2002. Association for ...

www.tobaccofreeparks.org/materials.html

Fact Sheets. Playing Tobacco Free - Fact Sheet – This fact sheet provides information on why communities should have tobacco-free policies for outdoor recreational facilities. Recreational Leaders Guide for Promoting the Tobacco- Free Message – This handout is a great resource for coaches and other recreational leaders ...

www.ansrmn.org/tfyr

Has your community recently adopted a tobacco-free policy for its park and recreational facilities? Use TFYR's Policy Publicity Packet for ideas on how to communicate the new policy to community members. A well-publicized policy informs park and recreational facility users why the policy was enacted and helps reduce ...

keepitsacred.itcmi.org/tobacco-and-tradition/traditional-v-commercial

Traditional tobacco is and has been used in sacred ways by American Indians for centuries. Its use differs by Tribe, with Alaska Natives generally not using traditional tobacco at all. Commercial tobacco is produced for recreational use by companies, contains chemical additives and is linked with death and disease.

www.charlescountyparks.com/maps/port-tobacco-recreation-center

Charles County Parks Locations · Community and Recreation Centers · Other Charles County Maps · Privacy Statement · Disclaimers · Accessibility · Employee Directory · Department Contact · Webmaster · Employees Only. Department of Recreation, Parks and Tourism 8190 Port Tobacco Rd. | Port Tobacco, MD 20677

www.pendletonparksandrec.com/tobacco-free-parks

Nov 17, 2017 ... City of Pendleton Parks are now Tobacco-Free! Ordinance. Pendleton Parks and Recreation is excited to join other Oregon park systems in becoming 100% tobacco-free. This policy supports our mission to promote healthy lifestyles and environments for residents and park visitors in Pendleton.