“Parknerships” for Sustainable Relevance: Perspectives from the San Francisco Bay Area

@inproceedings{Perry2018ParknershipsFS,
  title={“Parknerships” for Sustainable Relevance: Perspectives from the San Francisco Bay Area},
  author={Elizabeth E. Perry and Lydia Kiewra and Meghan E Brooks and Xiao Xiao and Robert E. Manning},
  year={2018}
}
“Parknerships” (park partnerships) are an innovative means of enhancing people’s connections with conserved spaces and stories, drawing on the combined strengths of multiple organizations. As a specific type of collaboration, a parknership is focused among parks-related organizations sharing common goals of building positive experiences for individuals, the community, and the environment. The need for parknerships is heightened in complex settings like urban areas, and with national… CONTINUE READING

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