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New books and resources
The Community Health Promotion Handbook: Action Guides to Improve Community Health is a new resource from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The goal of the publication is promoting health through effective community-level health promotion practices. The five Action Guides provide suggested resource needs, evaluation questions, tips for overcoming obstacles, and links to additional resources to help with planning and implementation. Of particular interest is a section on community trail development and promotion. For a link to the Community Health Promotion Handbook, visit www.prevent.org/actionguides.
In preparation for our Closing Keynote, Richard Louv, at the upcoming National Trails Symposium, we’d like to encourage you to purchase your copy of Last Child in the Woods in our online store. In his book, Mr. Louv proves that children need nature just as much as nature needs children, and identified a phenomenon we all knew existed but couldn’t quite articulate: nature-deficit disorder.
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Updated August 21, 2008