There is ample evidence of how music adds vibrancy to communities, engages the brain, strengthens the sense of belonging and connection with others.
Working with nature in landscape design provides long-term benefits and advantages to maintaining a resilient space.
"Nearly 70 percent of Americans agree that merging technology and nature will increase children’s desire to go to parks."
Research shows over half of children spend an hour or less a day playing outside.
For every dollar invested in planting trees, cities see an average $2.25 per tree return on their investment each year.
Evidence shows that green schoolyards are highly beneficial to academic performance, creative play, physical activity and mental health.
The Earth Day Network is the world’s largest environmental movement.
Playground naturalization can dramatically improve habitat conditions for local flora and fauna.
New Survey from IPEMA and the Voice of Play Finds U.S. Teachers Place High Value on Recess