SWEEP webinar: Dartmoor National Park and the Naturally Healthy Project

The next in the series of SWEEP project seminars will be taking place on the 22nd May 2020, 11.30-12.30

For our next webinar, we’re welcoming Orlando Rutter, Head of Outreach & Understanding at Dartmoor National Park Authority.

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Orlando will talk about findings from the Dartmoor Naturally Healthy project which explored the variety of routes and activities through which people can engage with nature in Dartmoor and improved understanding of barriers and opportunities for three stakeholders groups (medical professionals, people who might benefit from visiting nature and green infrastructure providers). Dartmoor National Park Authority provides opportunities for people to benefit their health and wellbeing through visiting the natural environment as well as working to promote the economic and social wellbeing of local communities in the National Park. Orlando will also look at some of the future drivers for health to prompt discussion in the Q&A session after the talk. 

This webinar is particularly relevant for those with an interest in how investment in the environment can impact public health, from health and social care professionals to local planning authorities.

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