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Healthy Parks Healthy People Community Engagement eGuide Launch, May 21

This Prezi shares information about the first edition of the Healthy Parks Healthy People Community Engagement eGuide. The eGuide is a resource to provide inspiration, practical advice and tools for parks and communities all across the country.
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Transcript of Healthy Parks Healthy People Community Engagement eGuide Launch, May 21

Healthy Parks
Healthy People



Applications Due June 13, 2014
Modern Day Mather Hikes
Healthy Parks Healthy People
eGuide
Tip of the hat to these parks
Overview
What's Inside
How to Get Involved
What's Next
An interactive PDF
with 3 sections:
Get
Inspired !
Helpful
Resources

Park &
Partner Profiles

Invites everyone to join
in
the
Healthy Parks Healthy People
movement in their own way.

Fosters opportunities

for learning, sharing, and documenting the development of
HealthyParks Healthy People
.

Healthy Parks Healthy People 2 International Congress & EXPO Atlanta, 2015

Modern Day Mather Hikes
World Parks Congress,
Sydney, Australia, 2014


Ted Hilmer – NPS, Wilson's Creek National Battlefield
Austin Hochstetler – Eppley Institute for Parks and Public Lands, Indiana University
Terry T-K Huang – University of Nebraska Medical Center
Julie Judkins – Appalachian Trail Conservancy
Deidra King-Ross – NPS, Horace Albright Learning Center
Mike Kusch – NPS, Hot Springs National Park
Lynda Lancaster – NPS, Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore
Katrina Lashea, GirlTrek
Aaron Lynn Leifheit – Outside Las Vegas Foundation
Pamela Machuga – NPS, Cuyahoga Valley National Park
Michael Madell – NPS, Vicksburg National Military Park
Sky McClain – NPS, Lake Mead National Recreation Area
Leyla McCurdy – National Environmental Education Foundation
George McDonald – NPS, Washington Support Office, Youth Programs
Eileen McNeely – Harvard University School of Public Health
Anne O'Neill – NPS Rivers, Trails Conservation Assistance (RTCA) Program
Jennifer Onufer – NPS, Grand Canyon National Park
Jeannette Parker – NPS, Gateway National Recreation Area
Jennifer Perez – The American Heart Association
Celinda Peña – NPS, Washington Support Office, Director’s Office
Juleon Rabbani – Uniformed Services University of the Health Services
Sheridan Roberts – NPS, Gateway National Recreation Area
Alex Romero – NPS, George Washington Memorial Parkway
Dorothy Schmalz – Clemson University
Beth Sciumeca – NPS, Northeast Region, Communications and Legislative Affairs
Aleutia Scott – NPS, Jean Lafitte National Park and Preserve
Kristy Sholly – NPS, Kenai Fjords National Park
Kirsten Talken-Spaulding – NPS, Fort Monroe National Monument
Stephanie Tepperberg – NPS, Rivers, Trails, and Conservation Assistance (RTCA)
Jennie Vasarhelyi – NPS, Cuyahoga Valley National Park
Carolyn Ward – Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation
Robin White –NPS, Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site
Alicia Wilkins, GirlTrek
Jeffrey Wilson – NPS, Glenn Canyon National Recreation Area
Jeff Wolin – NPS, Florissant Fossil Beds
Angelina Yost – U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

Midy Aponte – American Latino Heritage Fund of the National Park Foundation
Mauricia Baca – Outside Las Vegas Foundation
Karolina Balkenbush – Children's Heart Center Nevada
Randall Becker – NPS, George Washington Carver
Earl Bradbury – US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Kevin Brandt – NPS, C&O Canal National Historic Park
David Byers – NPS, Lowell National Historical Park
Dr. Mac Calzetta, Tulane University School of Medicine
Dorothy Canter – Friend of Fort Hunt (Dorothy Canter Consulting)
Mariah Cisse – NPS, Grand Canyon National Park
Dave Chase – PEER Associates
Louise Chawla – University of Colorado
Alfonso Contreras – Pan American Health Organization
John Dell’Osso, NPS, Point Reyes National Seashore
Colleen Derber – NPS, Washington Support Office, Office of Public Health
Mary Pat Doorley – NPS, Cuyahoga Valley National Park
Nigel Fields – NPS, New Orleans Jazz National Historical Park
Gabrielle Fisher – NPS, Washington Support Office, Employee Health & Wellness
Robert Garcia – The City Project (Los Angeles)
Vanessa Garrison – GirlTrek
Sheila George –American Heart Association
Bruce Grogan – University of Nebraska Medical Center, College of Public Health
Lance Hatten – NPS, New Orleans Jazz National Historical Park
Brendan Hickey – NPS, Office of the Comptroller


A Special THANK YOU to the eGuide Develpment Team Members
Won't You Join Us?
How to Get Involved
Announcements!
Healthy People
New Park Visitors!
Healthy Parks
Healthy Planet
New Park
Advocates!
Diana Allen, National Park Service
Jodie Riesenberger, Center for Park Management
Melanie Kadlic Meren, MKM Strategies
Spread the word

about the eGuide with your networks!

Visit the Google Form

to share your Healthy Parks Healthy People experiences, ideas and needs.

Explore the eGuide

to find inspiration and resources to help you launch and sustain
Healthy Parks Healthy People
programs.
A micro-grant opportunity to engage parks and health leaders
through inspired hikes in America’s parks

Check out the Healthy Parks Healthy People Vital Signs Discussion Guide
A discussion guide with questions to help guide park staff and partners in a process to explore a broad array of features and attributes of a Healthy Park (park programs, facilities and environments to promote healthy visitor experiences.
Diana Allen, National Park Service
Jodie Riesenberger, Center for Park Management
Melanie Kadlic Meren, MKM Strategies
The eGuide serves as an
inspiration and a resource to
help launch and sustain
Healthy Parks Healthy People
programs.
Discusssion Guides
Videos
Templates
Aha Moments
Infographics
Planning Tools
Logic Models
Articles
Lessons Learned
Marketing Ideas
Engages Diverse Visitors

by creating
new paths to conservation and stewardship and promoting parks as places to practice healthy living.

What's Inside
Engages Park Partners

in working with parks
to elevate the connection of health and play
as fundamental and relevant to all people.

The
eGuide
fosters health promotion
and stewardship
in 3 ways
:
It's a Dynamic Toolkit!
The
eGuide
helps launch and sustain
Healthy Parks Healthy People
Programs
Healthy Parks Healthy People
Healthy Parks Healthy People is a holistic approach to promoting health of people, the health of ecosystems, and sustainability of the planet
Five Main Pillars:

1) Healthy Habitats

2) Healthy Recreation

3) Healthy Foods

4) Healthy Science

5) Healthy Futures
Launch Call, May 21, 2014
Community Engagement eGuide
Healthy Parks Healthy People
Community Engagement
eGuide
This first edition shares how
parks and partners are engaging
diverse audiences and new partners
to promote parks as places for
healthy living.

The
eGuide
helps park staff and partners discover the diversity of ideas, tools, and practical advice
It's a
dynamic toolkit
.
It's an
interactive
pdf
with links and
information.
Engages National Park Service staff
i
n
Healthy Parks Healthy People
as a core value for the workplace.

The
eGuide
Healthy Parks Healthy People
It meets you where you are.
Future Webinars
Evaluation Tools
Toolkits
Park and Partner Profiles
Get Inspired!
New eGuide
editions!
New Programs, Projects and Events!
Healthy Parks
Healthy People
Awards
New Partnerships on the Way!
New Toolkits!
New Health
Policies!
What's Next?
For more information and to access the eGuide: nps.gov/hphp
For more information and to access the eGuide: nps.gov/hphp
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