Posted by: Sandy Steinman | May 29, 2022

Regional Parks Foundation Statement on Texas Shooting & Healing Resources Through Nature

from the Regional Parks Foundation

As leaders in connecting children with nature through our relationship with the East Bay Regional Park District, the Regional Parks Foundation works closely with other nonprofit leaders throughout the country following the same goal to deepen the youth connection to their natural environment. Jointly, we are devastated by the unspeakable actions that occurred against youngsters and their teachers in Texas this week. In this regard, I wanted to share a message from our close friends from Children in Nature Network, a national organization led by renowned author Richard Louv, that our Foundation and EBRPD supports. Their message is strong and needs to be shared with others like you, our valued members and donors to the Regional Parks Foundation.

Read more at Regional Parks Foundation Statement on Texas Shooting & Healing Resources Through Nature


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