Scientific studies proved that the exposure to natural environments has several positive effects:

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  • Reduces stress
  • Improves mood
  • Improves cognitive performance

Having a closer contact with nature has a huge impact on children as well. Scientific studies have proven that connection to the natural world is essential to kid’s health and development. Just a few of the positive effects. [Click here for more info]

  • Children’s stress level fall within minutes of seeing green spaces
  • Taking care of wildlife makes children enhancing social interactions, value for community and close relationships
  • Spending time outside looking for wildlife in the garden raises levels of Vitamin D, helping protect children from future bone problems, heart disease, diabetes and other health issues
  • Being out improves distance vision and lowers the chance of nearsightedness
  • Exposure to environment-based education significantly increases student performance on tests of their critical thinking skills