With support from Cities Connecting Children to Nature, a joint initiative of the National League of Cities and the Children & Nature Network, cities across the U.S. have successfully implemented policies and programs that connect more kids to the outdoors.
What if communities were to tap into the power of collaboration to bring groups of cities together for greater impact?
Join our virtual workshop on Tuesday, June 8 to learn how organizations can leverage the untapped potential for state and regional collaboratives working closely with city governments by applying for the CCCN State & Regional Cohort, a 26-month engagement that includes technical assistance, funding, and peer learning for select regional organizations and collaboratives to support regional and state-wide strategies that engage municipal leaders in increasing equitable access to nature.
PLEASE NOTE: Attendance of this workshop is a prerequisite to apply for the CCCN State & Regional Cohort opportunity.
Read more about Cities Connecting Children to Nature and apply for the State & Regional Cohort opportunity by Thursday, July 1.