How many times in recent days have you thought to yourself, Thank goodness I can still get outside. As the days of social distancing drag into weeks, more and more of us are turning to our neighborhood trails and green spaces to move our bodies and maintain our spirits. While the COVID-19 crisis is spurring officials to make the difficult decision to close high-trafficked parks in many regions, experts still agree that spending time outdoors is critical to physical and mental health.
Join Trust for Public Land CEO and President Diane Regas and Director of Community Health Sadiya Muqueeth DrPH, MPH, for an online conversation with Dr. Nooshin Razani, MD, MPH, founder and Director of the Center for Nature and Health at the University of California at San Francisco. We’ll share stories from our neighborhoods and discuss the latest guidance on how you and your family can stay safe in the outdoors.
Sadiya Muqueeth, DrPH MPH
Director of Community Health
The Trust for Public Land
Nooshin Razani, MD MPH
Founder and Director
Center for Nature and Health at the University of California at San Francisco