COSA Seats Still Available for the Upcoming Lunch and Learn on Transient and Homeless Challenges in Parks

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COSA Members:

Due to overwhelming demand, we moved our upcoming Lunch and Learn from Barr Lake State Park to a much larger venue at the Adams County Government Center. There are still a few seats available, but they are are filling quickly. Register today for this exciting learning opportunity!

Program Description:

COSA is proud to partner with the Colorado Parks and Recreation Association (CPRA) and the Colorado Lottery to present a lunch and learn workshop on issues surrounding transient and homeless populations in parks and open spaces. This highly relevant discussion will be led by open space and parks professionals from Boulder County Parks and Open Space, the City of Boulder Open Space and Mountain Parks, Denver Parks and Recreation, and Colorado Parks and Wildlife. The workshop will focus on personal safety, reporting, homeless camp clean-up, and community resources available to assist homeless park visitors. This workshop is intended for field staff and emerging professionals in the park, recreation, and open space agencies. Lunch will be provided.

Workshop Details:

Date: Thursday, November 30, 2017

Time: 11:00 am – 2:00 pm

Location: Adams County Government Center, Platte River B & C, 4430 S. Adams County Parkway, Brighton, CO 80601

Cost: $10 COSA Members, $15 CPRA Members, $20 Non-members

Registration:

You must register for this workshop through CPRA. Space is limited to 50 attendees. Visit www.cpra-web.org/event/LunchLearnNov2017 to register. Registration for COSA members is only $10. Please use the promo code COSADISCOUNT and select the non-member option to receive this special pricing.

We look forward to seeing you on November 30th at Barr Lake State Park for this exciting workshop and networking opportunity! Tours on the newly opened Barr Lake Nature Center will be provided following the workshop.

— COSA Steering Committee, CPRA, & the Colorado Lottery

Bevin Carithers
Resource Protection Supervisor
Boulder County Parks & Open Space
(303) 678-6210 (office)
BoulderCountyOpenSpace.org
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