Social equity and safe access to parks and recreation is critical for urban areas. Using the Milwaukee Park System as a case study, learn how racial and economic equity—in addition to physical conditions—were used to prioritize a 10-year improvement plan for its 52 properties.
Gain insight into a quantifiable and equitable evaluation process for public spaces.
Learn processes and best practices for integrating social, economic, and environmental betterment into community spaces.
Demonstrate how landscape architects and public agencies can work together to create multi-faceted play and educational spaces.
Learn how the “site story” can impact and lead successful grant applications to ensure the design becomes reality.