Director of Grants and Partnerships Community Foundation of Northeast Alabama Anniston, Alabama
This session will explore how landscaped green spaces are being used to address a constellation of public health issues, from depression to workplace burnout to gun violence. It will also provide a guide for better engaging with communities to create green spaces with a lasting impact.
What the latest science is teaching us about the crucial relationships between nature and health.
Explore the latest development in therapeutic landscape design; examples of what works, according to the evidence.
Learn about a method for engaging communities—whether it be an urban neighborhood, a rural community, or a hospital—in the process of creating green spaces that are reflective of the people they serve.
Examine insights on what it means, from a community’s perspective, to come together to create a shared green space, and how cultural relevance influences the use of the space over time.