48 episodes

Brought to you by The Skatepark Project, Skate Space (formerly known as The Skatepark Podcast) covers everything you want and need to know about skateparks, skate spots and public skatepark development. Join hosts Trevor Staples, Andre Taylor and Alec Beck for tips, tricks and all the insight a skatepark advocate (or skateboard nerd) needs to know to achieve more skate space in your community.

Skate Space The Skatepark Project

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.7 • 26 Ratings

Brought to you by The Skatepark Project, Skate Space (formerly known as The Skatepark Podcast) covers everything you want and need to know about skateparks, skate spots and public skatepark development. Join hosts Trevor Staples, Andre Taylor and Alec Beck for tips, tricks and all the insight a skatepark advocate (or skateboard nerd) needs to know to achieve more skate space in your community.

    Skate Space (Formerly known as The Skatepark Podcast) is back!

    Skate Space (Formerly known as The Skatepark Podcast) is back!

    Skate Space (Formerly known as The Skatepark Podcast) is back with more public skatepark chat! The crew from The Skatepark Project discusses all things skatepark advocacy and action sports. Get up to speed to learn what to expect from season 4. Brought to you by The Skatepark Project. Learn more at Skatepark.org

    • 36 min
    Episode 43 - The Updated Skatepark Project Grant Application

    Episode 43 - The Updated Skatepark Project Grant Application

    Season 3 of The Skatepark Podcast is upon us! Join Alec Beck and Trevor Staples as they discuss the details of the latest skatepark project grant funding opportunity through The Skatepark Project. Hear the common questions and misconceptions about grant funding to better prepare your next application.
     
    To learn more about this grant opportunity head to https://skatepark.org/the-skatepark-project-grants/.

    • 15 min
    Episode 42 PART 2- How It Happened: Palouse WA's "Formal DIY" with Aaron Flansburg and Michael Dahl

    Episode 42 PART 2- How It Happened: Palouse WA's "Formal DIY" with Aaron Flansburg and Michael Dahl

    On this episode we talk with Aaron Flansburg and Michael Dahl from Palouse WA. They spearheaded AND built the Palouse Skatepark and Tony Kettel Skate Garden with an interesting new model. Tune in to learn about how they accomplished their goal. 
     
    To learn more about the Palouse Skatepark and Tony Kettel Skate Garden in Washington head to https://www.palouseskatepark.com/
     
    For more information on creating your own skatepark, head to https://www.skatepark.org.
    To learn more about the Tony Hawk Foundation, go to http://www.tonyhawkfoundation.org.
    You can also email the hosts directly at podcast@tonyhawkfoundation.org.

    • 28 min
    Episode 42 PART 1- How It Happened: Palouse WA's "Formal DIY" with Aaron Flansburg and Michael Dahl

    Episode 42 PART 1- How It Happened: Palouse WA's "Formal DIY" with Aaron Flansburg and Michael Dahl

    On this episode we talk with Aaron Flansburg and Michael Dahl from Palouse WA. They spearheaded AND built the Palouse Skatepark and Tony Kettel Skate Garden with an interesting new model. Tune in to learn about how they accomplished their goal. 
     
    To learn more about the Palouse Skatepark and Tony Kettel Skate Garden in Washington head to https://www.palouseskatepark.com/
     
    For more information on creating your own skatepark, head to https://www.skatepark.org.
    To learn more about the Tony Hawk Foundation, go to http://www.tonyhawkfoundation.org.
    You can also email the hosts directly at podcast@tonyhawkfoundation.org.

    • 57 min
    How It Happened: Texas and more with Carter Dennis

    How It Happened: Texas and more with Carter Dennis

    On this episode we chat with Carter Dennis. Carter's influence on skatepark advocacy spans far beyond his city skatepark projects in San Antonio and Arlington. One of the founding directors of Skaters for Public Skateparks, he's got stories to tell and wisdom to impart. Tune in to learn more about his experience and insights about skatepark advocacy. 
     
    For more information on creating your own skatepark, head to https://www.skatepark.org.
    To learn more about the Tony Hawk Foundation, go to http://www.tonyhawkfoundation.org.
    You can also email the hosts directly at podcast@tonyhawkfoundation.org.

    • 54 min
    How It Happened: New York, NY - LES Skatepark and more with Steve Rodriguez

    How It Happened: New York, NY - LES Skatepark and more with Steve Rodriguez

    On this episode we chat with Steve Rodriguez from New York about his extensive skatepark advocacy work. Steve has been instrumental in multiple skateparks projects around New York City and has helped rewrite policies in favor of better skate access. Tune in to learn more about Steve's impact and the advice he has for budding skatepark advocates. 
     
    For more information on creating your own skatepark, head to https://www.skatepark.org.
    To learn more about the Tony Hawk Foundation, go to http://www.tonyhawkfoundation.org.
    You can also email the hosts directly at podcast@tonyhawkfoundation.org.

    • 1 hr 9 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
26 Ratings

26 Ratings

PlayDeadbolt ,

Invaluable resource and entertaining.

We just started our journey to develop more skateparks in our hometown. We’re about 2 months in and we’ve gained some real momentum in such a short time. We heard about this POD through The Skatepark Foundation’s IG. We’ve used the Project Skatepark Development Guide as framework to execute our plan. But now that I’ve found this podcast & listened to a few eps, it’s reassuring to know that we’re on the right track. I’ve shared it with my core group and we are motivated more than ever to get this done.

Thank you all for your guidance!

peisenhaur ,

Makes all the difference!

Have found these podcast invaluable as we go through the process of developing a skatepark. Listen to them not only once but again as you reach each phase of your project. Super helpful!

Mdspb ,

Informative and entertaining

Not only an excellent resource to help get skateparks built in your community, but by extension, lessons in civics, organizational skills, fundraising, non-profits, and more!

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