Report: Parks and the Pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic has underscored that close-to-home parks are crucial to a community’s quality of life. During this crisis, people have turned to their parks like never before—for fresh air, exercise, meditation, solace, and a much-needed break from the stresses of a quickly changing world.
Research shows that parkland is, indeed, a potent force for our well-being. But with the twin crises of a devastating public health emergency and an economy in free fall, our parks and public land now face extraordinary pressures.
For an in-depth exploration of what lies in store for our parks—and the communities that rely on them for health and happiness—download “Parks and the pandemic,” a special report from Trust for Public Land.
|Parks and Pandemic - TPL special report