The Kansas Built Environment and Outdoors Summit is an annual event that "highlights the ways in which the design of a community -- where people live, work, learn and play -- and the built environment -- a community's bikeability and walkability, access to fresh fruits and vegetables, and safety -- profoundly affect each community member's ability to be healthy and active."
The Kansas Built Environment and Outdoors Summit is planned and coordinated by a variety of state, local government, non-profit and community organizations and advocates who are committed to promoting active lifestyles and healthy environments. The event takes place in the latter half of each year, in a different host city each year.
The 2014 Kansas Built Environment and Outdoors Summit is scheduled for September 16-18 in Wichita.
|10-13-2015||Kansas Built Environment and Outdoors Summit - An annual event that promotes active and healthy living, bikeability, and walkability in local communities in Kansas.|