Outdoors for All
On Wednesday, July 20th at noon, Maine Public Health Association (MPHA) is hosting Enock Glidden for a (virtual) presentation about Outdoors for All. As a lifelong resident of Maine and a disabled adventurer, Enock Glidden has made it his life's mission to explore the world. He has had the opportunity to experience a wide array of physical activities. From downhill skiing to scaling the face of El Capitan, he has gleaned firsthand the benefits of outdoor recreation for the disability community. He relishes the opportunity to speak to anyone and everyone about this important aspect of our society and to bring awareness to the need for greater access to our natural world. Attendees will hear stories and insights into the life of Enock, including how his middle school phys. ed. teacher positively impacted and supported his physical activity feats, and what outdoor recreation has meant for his mental and physical well-being. He will also be showing a short film of his ascent of El Capitan.
Wednesday, July 20
12:00 - 1:00 p.m.
Hosted on Zoom Webinar
This webinar is hosted by Maine Public Health Association and co-sponsored by the Natural Resources Council of Maine, Southern Maine Conservation Collaborative, Maine Conservation Alliance, Sierra Club Maine, and the Appalachian Mountain Club.
Thank you for signing up for MPHA's webinar "Outdoors for All" on Wednesday, July 20th at noon.
Please add this link to your calendar (it will also be emailed to you!), and use it to join the webinar: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/81877490542
You can also join via phone, but will be unable to see the visuals. To join by phone, follow the instructions below: