Access for All: A Conversation on the ADA and the Outdoors

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Access for All: A Conversation on the ADA and the Outdoors

New Hampshire’s natural beauty is fundamental to its identity and economy – yet, many are unable to enjoy it. How can New Hampshire make the great outdoors more accessible for individuals with disabilities? What efforts are currently underway and how can we ensure that people with disabilities are included throughout the planning process?

Join the New Hampshire environmental and disability community to celebrate both the 30th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act and the future trail build of an accessible trail at the Manchester Cedar Swamp, property owned by The Nature Conservancy in New Hampshire. Come with questions, comments and advice around how make nature more inclusive for all.

Speakers include:
Stephanie Patrick, Executive Director of the Disability Rights Center
Joanne Glode, The Nature Conservancy
Kim Thibeault, Granite State Independent Living
Carrie Duran, Parent advocate
Manchester Mayor, Joyce Craig

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Disability Rights Center – New Hampshire is a statewide non-profit organization dedicated to eliminating barriers for people with disabilities across New Hampshire. DRC is the federally designated protection and advocacy agency for New Hampshire and has authority under federal law to conduct investigations in cases of probable abuse or neglect.

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