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Spend Time with The Trees

Forest Therapy, Forest Bathing, maybe you have heard of it. Forest Therapy is rooted in the Japanese Practice of Shirin-yoku, which is often translated as "forest bathing". But it is not a literal bath; the term refers simply to immersing yourself in the atmosphere of the forest.
Forest Therapy is more that just a meander through the woods, though. Trained forest therapy guides help participants engage in activities that help them experience the natural environment with all their senses....

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Volunteer! It's Good for Your Health!

Most of us try to find the time to exercise, eat right, and get enough sleep because we know that's all part of a healthy lifestyle.  What you may be surprised to know is that volunteering can play a significant role in your well-being.

Everyone is so busy today that it can be hard to find the time to volunteer, but volunteering has surprising benefits for your ...

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The Benefit of Experiential Environmental Education

As a former teacher in the public-school system, there was never enough time to get to some of the wonderful topics we want to share with our children. Whether it's a new science discovery, an important current event, or an extension to just what happened yesterday, we as teachers, strive to incorporate any new content into our lessons. This is where awareness, empowerment, and critical thinking can inspire student learning, from preschool to high school.

To quote Vanessa Bullwinkle, D...

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