Last month, Be Wild, Be Wonderful, Be Healthy--a CDC initiative being carried out by West Virginia University and WVU Extension--unveiled a new park in Clay County. The Tiskelwah Park is one of several projects under the initiative, which aims to help members of the community stay active.
School of Public Health Associate Professor Christiaan Abildso serves on the Be Wild, Be Wonderful, Be Healthy Executive Management Board and credits collaboration, combined with some new perspective, for making the project a success.
"Once we get out of our bubble in Morgantown and get to see the real world a little bit, it's always nice to see everybody come together to make stuff happen," Abildso said.
Watch the project video by visiting the WVU Clay County Extension's Facebook page.