This is the two-page handout explaining the Oregon Action Framework for Health and the Outdoors.
The Framework seeks to integrate health and conservation efforts and concepts. It provides tools and intervention ideas to healthcare providers, conservation organizations, public health practitioners, and community networks. It is a product of a planning team that drew from nearly a year of intensive conversations with 21 state and county public health officials, hospital and health plan executives, leaders in conservation nonprofits, and health advocates across Oregon, and several more years of the planning team members tracking progress in communities from Portland to Birmingham to Houston.
Download the full Oregon Action Framework for Health and Outdoors here.