Public Health & Urban Greening: Integrated Approaches…Multiple Solutions

What: The benefits of urban greening go far beyond the obvious aesthetic qualities. Come learn how urban greening can help improve public health by improving our physical, psychological, and social well being.

Who: Learn from one of California’s experts in urban greening: Dr. Desiree Backman, Deputy Director, Sacramento Tree Foundation

When: Thursday, July 15 1:30 – 2:30 p.m. (feel free to bring your own lunch)

Where: California Department of Public Health

Pine Room, Building 171

1501 Capitol Avenue, Sacramento

If you are not able to attend in person, you may join this meeting via a conference call. To join, call (916) 556-1508. When prompted for the conference code, please enter 322584 on your telephone keypad.

Note: workshop attendees that are not California Department of Public Health employees, please allow an extra 5-10 minutes to check in with security.

RSVP: Kathleen Farren Ford

California ReLeaf

916.497.0036

kfarren@californiareleaf.org

Brought to you by California ReLeaf, the California Department of Public Health, the Sacramento Tree Foundation, and the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection Urban Forestry Program.

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