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GLPTI- Approaches to Managing Small-scale Wildlands in Parks - Shared screen with speaker view
Michelle Cook
21:11
Welcome to today's session! We will get started in just a couple minutes.
Michelle Cook
22:20
Welcome to today's session! We will get started in just a couple minutes.
Michelle Cook
36:05
https://www.menti.com/arr9hgfdde
Michelle Cook
36:50
You can also go to menti.com and input code 87 03 93 4 to participate in the poll
Jake Dean
59:52
Visitor experience is probably #1 for us
Rebecca Swift
59:59
Yes for City of Bloomington Parks & Rec
Aaron Douglass
01:00:05
1- Ecosytem
James Merkley
01:00:07
Not sure how they fit
Joshua York
01:00:11
For us, about equal
Andy Bartlett
01:00:15
They are all equally important
Mickey Boyle (He/Him/His)
01:00:16
Visitor Experience is our priority.
Laurie Cooper
01:00:22
I think they need to be equally important, but I think visitor experience drives most decisions.
Betsy Yankowiak
01:00:23
visitor experience
Tim Buckley
01:00:32
Agree visitor experience is prioritized
Ross Williams
01:00:47
Visitor experience and natural preservation
Steve Caryl
01:01:51
Visitor experience while protecting the natural resources
Tammy Domonoske
01:08:00
Most decisions are revenue driven, this is unfortunate for wildlands.
Brendan Daley
01:11:42
There is research on the health benefits and habitat benefits of natural areas. Do you know of research on specific economic benefits? Such as to property value of surrounding areas or stormwater management and relief of storm sewer systems?
Laura Maloney
01:24:28
Thanks Kate and Michelle!
Tim Buckley
01:24:29
Thanks!
Jeff Rechner
01:24:38
Thank you