Join the Chesapeake Bay Program for our February webinar!
Across the United States, low-income communities of color often have fewer and smaller-sized parks than neighborhoods with a majority white population. This disparity has serious implications, as access to green space is a proven benefit to one’s physical and mental health. In this webinar, we’re going to showcase a new mapping tool funded by the Chesapeake Bay Program that identifies low-income communities of color in the Chesapeake Bay watershed that have limited or no access to green space. Join us for a demonstration on how conservation groups can use the tool to invest in underserved areas, as well as a presentation from NeighborSpace on how they’ve increased access to green space throughout the Baltimore region.