A selection of previously produced, tailored deliverables for project partners and clients, including toolkits, reports, papers, presentations, and continuing education courses.

We understand that every audience requires a unique approach. HTP excels at distilling complex ideas and research into accessible, actionable reports, toolkits, and deliverables that combine creative written, visual, and data-driven products.




  • Beller Stryer, S., Schultz, C.L., & Horton, T.H. (2020). Creating Healthier School Communities Through Nature. School Business Affairs86(10), 12-15.
  • Schultz, C.L., Bocarro, J.N., Sene-Harper, A., Lee, K., Fearn, M., & Floyd, M.F. (2019). Whose National Park Service? An examination of Relevancy, Diversity and Inclusion Programs from 2005-2016. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 37(4), 51-69.
  • Guo, T., Smith, J.W., Moore, R.L., & Schultz, C.L. (2017). Integrating off-site visitor education into landscape conservation and management: An examination of timing of educational messaging and compliance with low-impact hiking recommendations. Landscape and Urban Planning, 164, 25-36.
  • Schultz, C.L., Wilhelm Stanis, S.A., Sayers, S.P., Thombs, L.A., & Thomas, I.M. (2017). A longitudinal examination of improved access on park use and physical activity in a low-income and majority African American neighborhood park. Preventive Medicine 95(suppl), S95-S100.
  • Schultz, C.L., Layton, R., Edwards, M.B., Bocarro, J.N., Moore, R.L., Tepperberg, S., Bality, A., & Floyd, M.F. (2016). Potential Measures for Linking Park and Trail Systems to Public Health. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 34(1), 4-23.
  • Schultz, C.L., Sayers, S.P., Wilhelm Stanis, S.A., Thombs, L.A., Thomas, I.M., & Canfield, S.M. (2015). The impact of a signalized crosswalk on traffic speed and street-crossing behaviors of residents in an underserved neighborhood. Journal of Urban Health, 92(5), 910-922.
  • Bocarro, J.N., Floyd, M.F., Edwards, M.B., Schultz, C.L., Smith, W., Baran, P., Moore, R., & Cosco, N. (2015) Social and environmental factors related to boys’ and girls’ park-based physical activity. Preventing Chronic Disease, 12, E97-E107.

Select Webinar Presentations

Health Related Benefits of Parks, NASPD Webinar Series with Clemson University

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Continuing Education Webinars

The Nature & Human Health: Evidence & Action webinar is an enduring self-paced online education activity for a maximum of 1.0 AMA CME credit. This 1 hours, 5 minute webinar features Robert Zarr, MD, MPH; Suzanne Bartlett-Hackenmiller, MD; Kathleen Wolf, PhD; and Courtney Schultz, PhD.

Sponsored by the U.S. Forest Service and Park Rx America. This CME is accredited by the APHA to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Conference Poster Presentations