Wednesday October 18, 2023
Join us for the first community conversation of many to discuss the importance of access to green spaces. This workshop will require active participation as we work to understand the physical, economic, and emotional barriers to accessing and spending time in nature. Let’s work together to recognize and create a welcoming experience so that ALL are able to enjoy the great outdoors!
Anyone interested in joining the conversation about overcoming barriers to green spaces for individuals new to exploring the outdoors, people with disabilities, aging and elderly communities, LGBTQ+ communities, people of color, and people from all cultural backgrounds.
8:30 Check in and Welcome
9:00 – 12:00 Community Conversation
12:00 – 12:30 Lunch served on site (lunch will be provided, please include dietary restrictions when registering)
12:30 – 1:00 Recap community conversation and next steps
We do request that you plan to stay for the entire workshop. This is a free event, but registration is required. Registration closes on October 6th. Parking fee of $1 per hour if using campus parking lot (see below for additional parking info).
This is a hybrid event with capacity for 150 in-person and 150 virtual attendees.
501 Wild Rose Avenue
River Falls, WI 54022
We are here to Support You!
If you need special accommodations for parking or ASL interpretation and technical support to participate in the event, please let us know how best we can meet your needs. Please indicate at the end of registration process or by email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parking is limited around the University Center. The best parking will be Lot Pay Lot 1, which will be a 5-10 minute walk to University Center. There is a Parking Fee of $1 per hour. Click here to view parking details, including map.