Green Frog Systems are thrilled to be exhibiting at the 2018 FRPA conference in Orlando, FL from August 27th-28th. The annual conference will run from August 27th-30th and is a gathering of recreation and park professionals. The conference serves as an opportunity for people to immerse themselves in all things relating to parks and recreation. This year the theme is “Coast to Canopy: it’s all about your journey!” Green Frog Systems will be showcasing their off-grid solar lighting range at booth #180.
While relatively new to the USA market Green Frog Systems have a full calendar of events planned for the remainder of the year and next demonstrating the advantages of their solar powered lighting solutions.
Green Frog Systems design and manufacture a range of PRODUCTS particularly suited to environmentally sensitive areas such as parks and recreational areas and are far more environmentally friendly, utilizing renewable energy from the sun to illuminate outdoor spaces after dark and increase public usage and access to these areas.
Because they are completely independent systems that do not require mains power, much of the environmental damage caused by trenching and wiring is avoided not to mention significant cost savings. Solar lighting is often becoming the cheapest option to install as it does not require an electrician to be present on site plus any ongoing utility costs for park and facility managers are dramatically reduced, and in some instances negated completely.
For more information about how Green Frog Systems can help you save money without having to turn the lights off call +1 (214) 838-7010 during office hours (8-5pm CST) or leave your details on our CONTACT page and one of our friendly staff will get back to you directly.
Florida Recreation & Park Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion, preservation & advocacy of the Parks & Recreation profession. There are 175 state parks and 9 state trails in the U.S. state of Florida which encompass more than 800,000 acres (320,000 ha), providing recreational opportunities for both residents and tourists. Almost half of the state parks have an associated local 501 non-profit corporation, some 29,356 volunteers donated nearly 1.3 million hours to enhance the parks for approximately 31 million visitors. There is a mostly nominal admission to nearly all Florida’s state parks, although separate fees are charged for the use of cabins, marinas, campsites, etc. Florida’s state parks offer 3,613 family campsites, 186 cabins, thousands of picnic tables, 100 miles (160 km) of beaches, and over 2,600 miles (2,616 km) of trails.
The parks are open year-round and offer diverse activities beyond fishing, hiking and camping. Many parks offer facilities for birding or horseback riding; there are several battle reenactments; and freshwater springs and beaches are Florida’s gems. According to the Florida Park Service website, their goal “is to help create a sense of place by showing park visitors the best of Florida’s diverse natural and cultural sites. Florida’s state parks are managed and preserved for enjoyment by this and future generations through providing appropriate resource-based recreational opportunities, interpretation and education that help visitors connect to the Real Florida.
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Ends: Aug 30, 2018 12:30 PM (ET)