Scenic Mornings

Scenic Houston Presents Scenic Mornings

The Key to Building a Healthier Houston Through Nature

DATE:
October 13, 2021

TIME:
8:00 – 9:30 a.m.

WHERE:
Virtual Event – Zoom link will be sent 24-hours prior to the event

Join panelist Jay Maddock, PhD, FAAHB, professor in the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health at the School of Public Health at Texas A&M University along with Sheila Condon, PLA, ASLA, Principal / Owner – Co-Founder of Clark Condon, and Jaime González, Healthy Cities Director for The Nature Conservancy in Texas, as they discuss nature as the key to building a healthier Houston. Dr. Maddock, also the Co-Director of the Center for Health and Nature, a collaboration by Houston Methodist Hospital, Texan by Nature and the Texas A&M Health Science Center, Ms. Condon and Mr. Gonzalez will examine practical approaches to making Houston a more resilient, biologically diverse, cooler, healthier, and better-connected city through thoughtful,
nature-filled design.

PANELISTS INCLUDE:

Sheila Condon, PLA, ASLA, Principal / Owner – Co-Founder
Clark Condon

Jaime González, Healthy Cities Director
The Nature Conservancy in Texas

Jay Maddock, PhD, FAAHB, Co-Director of the Center for Health and Nature
A collaboration by Houston Methodist Hospital

Registration:  Scenic Houston is thrilled to offer these educations series at no cost to you!  But we hope you will consider making a tax-deductible donation to help support future education initiatives like this one.

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DATE:
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Watch the the video below!