Park Design for Community Health & Wellbeing

This presentation from the 2015 New Mexico Recreation and Parks Association Conference describes the idea of optimizing community health and wellbeing with strategic design, operation, and maintenance decisions for park, recreation, and open space facilities. The presentation explores community-specific solutions and discusses the science and research that supports the correlation between park design and wellness.

About Mimi Burns
Mimi Burns, ASLA, LEED AP, is a registered landscape architect who works with public and private clients to raise awareness of community health and wellbeing and to create custom strategies that facilitate community health, wellbeing, and happiness.

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