We are in the very early stages of listening to and learning from Littleton community leaders about existing efforts to connect young children and families to nearby nature.
Our Early Childhood Health Outdoors (ECHO) team received a planning grant to convene Littleton partners and identify opportunities for a potential community-wide strategy to enhance outdoor, nature-based play opportunities for kids and families. Overall, our goal is to help provide a forum, resources, and convene community discussions around connecting kids to nature.
As a first step, we want to better understand what is already happening in Littleton and learn from those already working in this space.
Littleton residents, we're looking for input on how to make nature more accessible to kids, families, and educators. Please consider taking our surveys below!
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