We are excited to announce that registration for the Northwest Nature & Health Symposium is now open!
Leaders in healthcare, education, planning & conservation will explore the health benefits of being in nature, from gardens to wild lands. Join us to learn about the latest innovations in research, policy, and practice; discuss common challenges; and identify shared opportunities to collectively, and equitably, expand the potential of nature to improve our health. Featuring a lunchtime panel with Sally Jewell (former US Secretary of the Interior), Jesús Aguirre (Superintendent, Seattle Parks), Terry Williams (Tulalip Tribes), and Philip Wu (Kaiser Permanente).
THE NORTHWEST NATURE & HEALTH SYMPOSIUM | OCT 26, 8AM-5:30PM
Center for Urban Horticulture, University of Washington, Seattle
Register *this week* for early-bird tickets ($35 through Oct 9; $49 thereafter)
REGISTER HERE: conservation.uw.edu/naturehealth
We recommend registering as soon as possible as we expect this symposium to fill quickly.
Looking forward to seeing you there! Please extend our invitation to your friends and colleagues.