Toronto Star Nature Articles Showcase Momentum of Child and Nature Movement in Ontario
The Back to Nature Network is happy to share an exciting series of three nature articles published in the Toronto Star newspaper, showcasing the forward momentum of the child and nature movement in Ontario.
These articles cover our collaborative project on the health benefits of nature interaction, a ground-breaking new research program investigating the impacts of regular learning time outdoors in nature, and a comprehensive interview with Richard Louv, who recently released his new book, Vitamin N.
The articles are available for viewing, below, or can be downloaded in PDF format by clicking here.
A collection of stories published in the Toronto Star on Tuesday, April 19th, 2016 highlight the growing importance of a connection to nature for children and families across Ontario. Read them on page E7 (LIFE Section) of the Toronto Star on the ePaper viewer here.This entry was posted in and tagged articles, child, child and nature movement, health, learning, media, nature, Ontario, outdoors, Richard Louv, Toronto Star, Vitamin N. Bookmark the permalink.
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