Presented by Dr. Jayoung Koo
Assistant Professor, Landscape Architecture
CEDIK Extension Specialist

Community Trailblazing: Facilitating Trail Planning Projects
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Developing trails has become an interest for many communities in Kentucky for the past couple of years. A number of communities have also been successful in gaining certification through the Kentucky Trail Town program.

Understanding and facilitating trail planning and design projects with community members can benefit Extension agents and other community leaders in their engaged role in the community.

This 41 minute webinar will help you understand what trail planning and design entails and examples of community projects in Kentucky. Participants will understand the planning and design process and key factors to identify in one’s own community to facilitate.


Community Wayfinding: Facilitating Wayfinding Planning and Design Projects
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Learn how to improve the ability for visitors to navigate your community and for residents to have a greater sense of place through wayfinding.

Understanding and facilitating wayfinding planning and design projects with community members can benefit Extension agents and other community leaders in their engaged role in the community to support creating place identity.

This 60-minute webinar will help you understand what wayfinding planning and design entails along with examples of community projects in Kentucky. Participants will have the opportunity to understand the planning and design process and key factors to identify in one’s own community to facilitate developing a wayfinding project.

     

Walkability and Connectivity for Healthier Communities
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Learn how to assess the quality of walking environments for community members to smoothly travel through your community.

Understanding and facilitating walkability and connectivity projects with community members can benefit Extension agents and other community leaders in their engaged role in the community to support creating healthier places.

This 60-minute webinar will help you understand what walkability and connectivity of built environments entails along with examples of community projects in Kentucky. Participants will have the opportunity to understand the assessment, planning and design process and key factors to identify in one’s own community to facilitate developing a walkability and connectivity project.

     

Streetscapes: Visioning Vibrant Relationships
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Enhancing streetscapes can offer quality of life benefits for communities from economic development to healthier lifestyles. Often, streetscapes are the backbones of our built environments that help connect our communities and establish vibrant relationships.

Understanding and facilitating streetscape planning and design projects with community members can benefit Extension agents and other community leaders in their engaged role in the community.

This 60-minute webinar will help you understand what streetscape planning and design entails and examples of community projects in Kentucky. Participants will have the opportunity to understand the planning and design process and key factors to identify in one’s own community to facilitate streetscape enhancement projects.

    

Placemaking: Strengthening Your Public Space
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Learn about the benefits placemaking of public spaces can bring to your community. Many communities have an interest in developing a variety of public spaces. Creating meaningful public spaces can be accomplished by communities of any size.

Understanding and facilitating public space planning and design projects with community members can benefit Extension agents and other community leaders in their engaged role in the community.

This 60-minute webinar will help you understand what placemaking with an emphasis on public spaces entails along with examples of community projects in Kentucky. Participants will have the opportunity to understand the planning and design process and key factors to identify in one’s own community to facilitate placemaking projects.