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2017 Great Outdoors Lab Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Stacy Bare
05:50
Lynn,
Stacy Bare
05:53
can you hear us?
Stacy Bare
10:36
Just remember that you're on camera before you pick your nose.
Stacy Bare
14:07
Thanks for joining us Colorado!
Stacy Bare
14:25
Welcome to the Great Outdoors Lab all!
Stacy Bare
15:05
As we go, feel free to add comments or questions as we go and we'll do our best to respond in time or share additional links and information that might be helpful.
Stacy Bare
16:32
https://www.outsideonline.com/2055841/how-david-brower-saved-dinosaur-national-monument
Stacy Bare
18:37
Sorry Chris.
Sean Brown
18:58
Hi Chris. THe video seems to be working well here. It might be a local connection issue
Sean Brown
22:34
To Everyone: Feel free to use the Q&A button to submit questions anytime
Stacy Bare
26:50
We will post a list of full references in a follow up blog next week.
Stacy Bare
27:09
And will post the two studies coming out as they come out...one is just waiting on publication while th eother is in review.
Jayne Battey
27:28
Thanks Stacy. Great to see this work continuing.
Stacy Bare
28:32
http://www.medicaldaily.com/awe-inspiring-moments-lower-inflammation-marker-cytokines-positively-impact-health-328092
Stacy Bare
29:19
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25603133
Mark Smith
29:49
I'm at the San Francisco VA Healthcare system, and I have been working with the Parks Conservancy and Golden Gate National Recreation Area to get Veterans (esp. high physical/mental health need populations). Is the GO Lab available to provide program evaluation support? We are capturing some outcomes, but could benefit from more robust data collection.
Mark Smith
30:04
*to get Veterans outdoors.
Laura Derks
30:16
Has anyone executed a similar study for nearby nature with similar results? Wondering if we can document physiological impact with a walk in nearby woods, a nearby park.
Lena Moffit
31:36
Note to second panel presenters - we're going to follow the same format and have everyone present first and hold questions until the end
Rob Martin
35:26
Stacy, in addition to the studies, it’d be great if the presenters would be willing to share copies of the PPTs (the data is amazing!)
Stacy Bare
35:34
We have not yet been able to conduct studies of wellness yet beyond one week.
Sarah Gallimore
36:06
Hello all! I’m a design thinking strategist and experience designer (as well as military spouse) interested in working in this realm. Feel free to contact me if you’d like to explore how I can help. Sarah@exploremor.co
Stacy Bare
36:07
We need funding to be able to do a longer population based study for the work done with Dacher...Nooshin has done a lot of work over time.
Stacy Bare
36:44
Thanks Sarah!
Sean Brown
37:38
Hi Laura. If you have a question, the best way to ask is via the Q&A button. Otherwise we can call on you at the end of this panel
Stacy Bare
40:06
Yes Janette!
Sean Brown
40:07
@Janette H. Yes, we will make these all available
Sarah Gallimore
53:27
I’d love to help connect you with resources in Detroit!
Stacy Bare
57:24
Thanks Sarah! We just launched a program in Detroit around parks!
Stacy Bare
57:30
and youth!
Sarah Gallimore
57:43
What is it called?
Sarah Gallimore
57:51
I’d love to get involved
Stacy Bare
01:00:43
Thanks Sarah! You shared your email earlier right? We will connect you after the webinar with our Detroit Team!
Sarah Gallimore
01:01:19
Great!
Sean Brown
01:01:52
calling on you after this answer
Stacy Bare
01:11:28
https://www.apha.org/policies-and-advocacy/public-health-policy-statements/policy-database/2014/07/08/09/18/improving-health-and-wellness-through-access-to-nature
Sean Brown
01:12:33
We're at time for panel 1 everyone
Nooshin Razani
01:14:07
Thank you all!
Laura Derks
01:14:41
Thank you. Very excited about your work. We would love to replicate your work here in Chicago. Just need to find the leadership.
Lena Moffit
01:21:15
sorry, John - Byron has to leave a bit early so we needed to go with him first
Lena Moffit
01:21:28
then we'll go: John, then Lynn, then Peter
Stacy Bare
01:21:40
Thanks Laura! How best can we get in touch and we can connect you with some of the folks in Chicago.
John Henderson
01:21:53
No problem Lene
Steve Hagler
01:23:00
Here is a link to Trust for Public Lands new campaign to bring parks within in 10 minutes of all households. https://www.tpl.org/blog/parks-all
Rob Martin
01:23:06
Link to further info on California’s upcoming $4B ballot initiative on parks etc. https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/the-trust-for-public-land-commends-california-leaders-for-approving-parks-bond-sb-5-vows-all-out-effort-to-win-voter-approval-in-june-300537496.html
Stacy Bare
01:23:21
Thanks Rob!
Stacy Bare
01:23:49
Also, here's a link to the State of Colorado's recent agreement with Leave No Trace to help teach all people, including visitors how to take care of the environment. https://lnt.org/blog/colorado-tourism-office-and-leave-no-trace-center-outdoor-ethics-join-ground-breaking
Sarah Gallimore
01:28:50
UC alum!!
Sarah Gallimore
01:30:55
Nature Fix was a great read!
Stacy Bare
01:30:58
Thanks Kay! We'll make all the slides available.
Byron Ramos-Gudiel
01:31:47
My contact info: byron.gudiel@sierraclub.org. Pls feel free to send over questions.
Stacy Bare
01:34:22
Thanks Dup! Maybe we can work with AJ to create a research corner.
Stacy Bare
01:34:39
So there's one location that is public facing.
Stacy Bare
01:35:06
Children and Nature Network also has an online research library that includes at least abstracts but some articles are behind a pay wall based on the journal.
Janette H
01:36:27
Same msg as in Q&A window, happy to share more info re: Colorado’s new Leave No Trace program - feel free to reach out janette.heung@state.co.us - we’re going to launch a new health/outdoor initiative in the coming year
Janette H
01:36:54
(thanks Stacy for sharing the link above!)
Stacy Bare
01:37:02
Yeah, just thinking Medium seems a bit scattered, but maybe theyd' help organize it and HCN seems focused only on the West--but they've followed this work before. Its a great idea though, we'll follow up and if you have any thoughts or connections we'd love the help!
Stacy Bare
01:43:06
Dentists and Eye Doctors! Fantastic!!!!
Stacy Bare
01:43:13
Great work South Dakota!
Stacy Bare
01:44:18
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lT7fFAaFeHE
Stacy Bare
01:55:59
Thanks Joshua!
Jenny Mulholland-Beahrs
01:57:15
I agree that parents can greatly benefit from hearing these results. I think teachers could as well!
Stacy Bare
01:59:13
To the insurance question: that's the goal of what we want to achieve and part of the reason we started down the research path...but like Bobby said, we can make it happen in cities, counties, and states to make it happen.
Stacy Bare
01:59:39
We need, like Lynn is discussing---fearless leadership and not being afraid to fail!
Stacy Bare
02:00:54
Not that we know of--we sort of always assumed our neighbors up North would be telling us what to do on this one!
Stacy Bare
02:01:02
But how great you get to be in Kamloops!
Stacy Bare
02:03:06
We haven't yet--but maybe the next position!