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Returning Warriors: Using Outdoor Recreation for Restoration & Resilience
Tue December 8, 2015: 11:00 am-12:00 pm EST
The benefits of using nature contact/outdoor recreation with Service members are well documented, including contemplative, recreational, and hands-on habitat restoration activities. This webinar will help military service providers identify the value of transitioning service members’ participation in outdoor recreation; analyze research related to using outdoor recreation; become familiar with formal and informal opportunities; and prepare to refer service members to recreational/outdoor opportunities.
Dr. Keith Tidball is the Assistant Director for Cornell Cooperative Extension and the Principle Investigator for OneOp’s Community Capacity Building concentration area. He also serves as the Director of the New York State Extension Disaster Education Network. In these positions, he helps people leverage natural resources to organize, learn, and act in ways that increase their capacity to withstand, and where appropriate to grow from, environmental change and uncertainty.
Stacy Bare is a climber and skier, the Director of Sierra Club Outdoors (SCO), a brand ambassador for The North Face, Keen Shoes, and a veteran of the war in Iraq. SCO gets out 250,000+ people each year. Under his direction, SCO launched the Great Outdoors Lab with the University of California-Berkeley in 2014 to put scientifically defensible data behind the power of the outdoors to support improved mental, physical, and thereby public health with an emphasis on youth and military veterans.
Certificate of Attenadance
Follow the link above to the post-webinar evaluation. You will be prompted to fill out information needed for your certificate of attendance. The certificate will be emailed to the address provided.