Kids who spend time outdoors benefit mentally, emotionally, and developmentally. Here are a few fun ways to help them appreciate nature.
In episode eight, we hear from Lance Garland, a Navy veteran and openly gay outdoorsman who discovered solace, acceptance, and community in nature.
After Hurricane Sandy destroyed her family home, poet Elizabeth Shvarts discovered the power of words as a vehicle for climate change awareness.
City-goers Sonya and Necota Staples weren’t outdoorsy types. But a rainy camping trip rekindled their relationship and gave them a new-found love of nature.
Being in nature has profound effects on our mental health. For Mike Furman, discovering that connection changed his life.
Research consistently shows that getting outside is great for overall mental and physical health. Now, physicians are prescribing time in nature to improve wellness.
The global pandemic has helped us reconnect with the outdoors and discover a new-found appreciation for the environment.