School siting: Overcoming barriers to community-centered schools - online webinar with Renee Kuhlman, National Trust for Historic Preservation

Tuesday Renee Kuhlman of the National Trust for Historic Preservation presented a webinar to the Missouri Safe Routes to School Network entitled, "Overcoming Barriers to Community-Centered Schools".

The presentation highlighted the reasons for creating and preserving community-centered schools--the help create vibrant communities, reduce environmental impact, save on costs, and create healthier communities where more kids (and parents) can walk or bike to school.

For those who missed the webinar, Renee was gracious enough to share allow us to share the presentation online:

Here are some of the resources and links mentioned during the webinar:


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