Our nation’s local parks are the gateways to healthy, prosperous and connected communities. On any given day, thousands are positively affected through parks and recreation – whether they are taking a walk on a trail or fitness class at the community center, getting a nutritious meal or just reaping the benefits of clean air and water because of preserved open space.
Bonnet Springs Park will take on some of our nation’s toughest challenges like obesity, the economy and environmental sustainability and offer solutions. It is uniquely positioned to make significant contributions in these areas, by providing critical front-line services and resources.
Parks are critical in the role of preserving natural resources that have real economic benefits for communities. Our communities are responsible for protecting open space, connecting children to nature, and providing education and programming that helps communities engage in conservation practices.
Health & Wellness
Opportunities for improving the overall health and wellness of communities. You are essential partners in combating some of the most complicated and expensive challenges our country faces –poor nutrition, hunger, obesity, and physical inactivity.
Universal access to public parks is a right, not just a privilege. Bonnet Springs Park can be a unique place to celebrate differences in a way only a public park can provide. Impacts that provide healthy and vibrant communities with genuine economic impacts on the area will be achieved.