SVBC staff is excited to facilitate a lunchtime networking discussion of current bicycle issues in San Mateo County at this great conference. Alternatively, you can join Rick Sutton, of the SVBC Board of Directors, in a discussion centered on the role behavioral economics plays in successful employee and community wellness programs, and the importance of tailoring incentives to the individual. Rick will present research on how people respond to incentives to drive behavior change. Come join us and learn how to get your office healthy and active!
Hosted by the Office of County Supervisor Carole Groom, this conference will identify and discuss new strategies, techniques, and programs to make our public places desirable destinations that promote healthy living. Attend workshops exploring the connections between urban planning, public health, and recreation.
Registration is free; lunch is provided.
Morning keynote by Tim Blumenthal, President of Bikes Belong.
Lunchtime keynote speech by Richard Louv, best-selling author of Last Child in the Woods and The Nature Principle.
Register now for this community-strengthening event!