On Belonging in Outdoor Spaces is a speaker series on access, inclusion, and connection in nature. This free, virtual event series is hosted by Lincoln Land Conservation Trust, deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, Farrington Nature Linc, The Food Project, Mass Audubon, and The Walden Woods Project. Additional support is generously provided by the Ogden Codman Trust, the Lincoln Garden Club, and the Bemis Free Lecture Series.
This speaker series will feature prominent speakers whose work is advancing efforts to strengthen belonging and connection between communities of color and the benefits of time in nature. Please join us in welcoming Akiima Price, Evelyn Rydz, Dr. Monica White, and Dr. J. Drew Lanham.
For more information and to register, please visit www.onbelongingoutdoors.org.
Akiima Price, Award-Winning Family and Community Engagement Specialist
Meaningful Nature Engagement in Stressed Communities
March 10, 2021 – 7pm ET
Please join us as we welcome Akiima Price, an award-winning family and community engagement specialist, as the first speaker in our “On Belonging in Outdoor Spaces” speaker series. Ms. Price’s innovative programming strategies feature nature as a powerful medium to connect stressed youth, adults, and families in meaningful, positive experiences that affect the way they feel about themselves, their communities, and their parks. Akiima Price will share her experience with these topics in her talk, Meaningful Nature Engagement in Stressed Populations. Please join us in welcoming the first of many exceptional speakers as we continue to work to ensure all outdoor spaces are welcoming and inclusive. Please visit www.onbelongingoutdoors.org for more information and to register.
Register online for this program. You can register for all four presentations, or register for individual programs.