Using a Community Workshop Model to Initiate Policy, Systems, and Environmental Change That Support Active Living in Indiana, 2014–2015
COMMUNITY CASE STUDY — Volume 14 — August 31, 2017
The photograph depicts participants conducting a workshop mapping exercise.
Workshop mapping exercise, using a community workshop model to support active living in Indiana, 2014–2015.
The top photograph depicts an area in the community that needed a physical improvement, and the bottom photograph depicts the design visualization sketch, which is the same image depicted in the top photograph overlaid with a sketch of the proposed improvement to the area. The improvements consist of green space (new trees, a grassy area, and flowers), a small cut-through road turned into a pedestrian zone, a seating area with umbrellas, and a connection to a regional multi-use trail.
Design visualization sketch, using a community workshop model to support active living in Indiana, 2014–2015.
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