Building Community Ownership Through Engagement

Workshop
Building Community Ownership Through Engagement

Community engagement has typically been approached as a process that allows organizations to solicit feedback on particular projects or plans. This model often misses opportunities for organizations to build authentic relationships with and among community members and to center community voices and needs in their work more generally.

Join City Parks Alliance for this skill-building workshop, which will focus on strategies for building consistent connections with communities, particularly those that have historically been marginalized, and strengthening the capacity of the community to meaningfully engage with its parks.

We encourage teams of 3-5 people per city to register, and offer discounts for city teams.

Registration Fees:

Individual Non-members- $50 per person
Individual Members – $30 per person
Teams* of up to 3 people – $90
Teams* of up to 5 people – $140

*Teams must include individuals from at least two different organizations in the same city, in order to maximize the potential for partnership and collaboration following the workshop.

Please contact us with any questions at [email protected].

Support for this workshop series is provided by:

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DATE
September 2021
LOCATION
Virtual
Registration Opens Soon!

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