Wednesday, July 12, 2017 6:30 AM MDT Broomfield, Colorado. 3rd Annual BAF Disaster Dash 5k
3rd Annual BAF Disaster Dash 5K
July 12, 2017
The 2017 BAF Disaster Dash will be held in concurrence
with the 42nd Annual Natural Hazards Research and Applications
Workshop, an event with international attendance that will be hosted July
9-12 by the University of Colorado Boulder Natural Hazards Center.
Whether you are attending the workshop or are a local community
member looking to contribute to a good cause, we invite you to join
us for a fun run!
The BAF Disaster Dash 5K is an easy run (or walk or jog,
if you prefer!) to experience the outdoors in Colorado, meet other
attendees and get some fresh air and exercise. It was developed because
of Bill Anderson's love of walking-which he did nearly six miles of each
and every day! As the BAF grew, the Fellows wanted to pay tribute to
Bill's love of being active outdoors and because they felt a need to
inject movement and fellowship into the Workshop experience.
If you are not attending the workshop, we are thrilled to
offer you the opportunity this year to participate virtually - including
supporting individuals and teams who are running/walking to support the
This event is an important way that we promote and support hazard and
disaster mitigation for communities of color and other vulnerable populations. The
BAF is dedicated to improving disaster preparedness, response,
and recovery in marginalized communities by connecting students and
early career professionals from underrepresented groups to careers
in disaster mitigation, response, and research.
the button below to register today as a participant (including to
participate virtually or start a team):
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