The Urban Birding Cleveland Initiative Design Lab met at the LGBT Community Center on November 7, 2019 for the first time. Seventeen people attended, including guest David Lindo, a.k.a. “The Urban Birder.” The workgroup brainstormed the following principles for what an urban birding trail could look like.
URBAN BIRDING CLEVELAND INITIATIVE MINUTES OF 11-07-2019
1. The Urban Birding Cleveland Initiative Design Lab met at the LGBT Community Center on November 7, 2019 for the first time. Seventeen people attended, including guest David Lindo, a.k.a. “The Urban Birder.” Tom Romito facilitated the meeting.
2. The workgroup brainstormed the following principles for what an urban birding trail should look like (We decided that the terms trail, route, and space can be used interchangeably):
3. We then worked in four breakout groups to brainstorm items for a checklist that we could use to familiarize people about urban birding. Here is the data we collected, with some combining, culling, and clarifying by the facilitator Tom Romito to make it easy for us to work with:
4. The workgroup created the following action plan to identify further tasks:
5. Our next Urban Birding Cleveland Initiative Design Lab is on Saturday, November 9 from 2:30-4:30 at Bethany Church on W. 65th St. in Cleveland.
Lab Notes submitted by Tom Romito.
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