Improving Health Outcomes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Health and Outdoors Initiative

Getting more people outside more often for their health

 

 

 

Spending time in nature is a reliable and affordable way to improve one’s well-being. But not everyone has equal access to the outdoors. We’re working to help more people experience the health benefits of nature. Bobby Cochran, executive director of Willamette Partnership, is a Culture of Health Leader, a new program co-led by the National Collaborative for Health Equity and CommonHealth ACTION with support from the Robert Wood Johnson FoundationExplore our work below.

 

 

 

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Oregon Health and Outdoors Initiative

A team of health, business, and environmental organizations is acting to increase access to green space and get a greater diversity of people outdoors for their health.

 

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You Can Be a Public Health Provider

Willamette Partnership offers tools and training for water utilities, cities, and restoration and environmental groups to advance health through their work.

 

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Wingspread Declaration

In 2014, leaders from health, academia, and nature-focused nonprofits gathered to sign the Wingspread Declaration, an affirmation to better connect people to nature. 

 

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News and Publications

 

Get in touch about health and nature.

 

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Have questions about our work connecting health and nature?

Contact Bobby Cochran, Executive Director & Culture of Health Leader
cochran@willamettepartnership.org
503.208.3448

Banner photo / Bruce Taylor