10-Minute Walk: City Commitments

Includes a Live Event on 02/21/2019 at 2:00 PM (EST)

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Mayors across the country are signing-on to the 10-Minute Walk campaign (220 and counting!). To make the 10-Minute Walk goal a reality, cities are establishing their own goals and making commitments to ensure everyone has equitable access to a great park. Join us for a webinar and interactive panel discussion on how your city can make a 10-Minute Walk commitment. Staff from NRPA and The Trust for Public Land will share a framework, walk through steps, and be available to answer your questions. 

This webinar is a part of the 10-Minute Walk Learning Series. By signing up for this webinar, you will be enrolled in this subscription. To be removed, please notify onlinelearning@nrpa.org

Jared Mummert

Program Specialist, National Recreation and Park Association

Jared Mummert is a Program Specialist at NRPA, working on the 10-Minute Walk campaign. As a graduate in Environmental Law and Policy from Unity College, he is dedicated to environmental justice issues. Prior to his time at NRPA, Jared worked as a political and community outreach organizer on multiple campaigns, including organizing farmers in Maryland to close loopholes in the Clean Water Act, engaging Colorado voters in the 2014 midterm election, and connecting low-income families to national parks. He has also served in the Student Conservation Association, AmeriCorps, and the National Park Service as park ranger for multiple sites, including Grand Teton National Park. As an avid outdoorsman and public lands advocate, Jared is passionate about ensuring everyone has access to quality open spaces.

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City Commitments Webinar
02/21/2019 at 2:00 PM (EST)   |  60 minutes
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