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American College Health Association Resources

Since 1920, the American College Health Association (ACHA) has served as the voice for student health and wellness. Through advocacy, research and education, ACHA stands at the forefront of issues that impact the health and wellness of our college...

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1/5/21
Alliance for a Healthier Generation Resources

For more than a decade, Healthier Generation has worked with schools, youth-serving organizations, businesses, and communities to empower kids to develop lifelong healthy habits by ensuring the environments that surround them provide and promote good...

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1/5/21
Health, Well-being and Medicine (Native Plant Conservation Campaign)

In recent years, studies have found public health benefits from native plant communities as well as individual native plant species. Studies have found stronger immune systems and reduced incidence of asthma for children in areas dominated by native...

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1/5/21
Take It Outside and NatureRX at Cornell

Nature Rx @Cornell is a dynamic and growing movement, represented by numerous individuals and units at the university, who have come together with a shared passion for the ways in which the natural beauty of our campus can positively impact every...

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1/5/21
Environmental Phycology Resources

The Journal of Environmental Psychology is the premier journal in the field, serving individuals in a wide range of disciplines who have an interest in the scientific study of the transactions and interrelationships between people and their...

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1/5/21
American Horticultural Therapy Association

The American Horticultural Therapy Association advocates on behalf of the professional interests of horticultural therapy practitioners, researchers, and educators.

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1/5/21
Therapeutic Landscapes Network

The Therapeutic Landscapes Network is a knowledge base and gathering space about healing gardens, restorative landscapes, and other green spaces that promote health and well-being. 

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1/5/21
Examples of City/County Wellness Campaigns

NashVitality is your comprehensive resource for healthy, active and green opportunities across multiple sectors in Nashville. Here you will find contact information, news releases, multimedia and a number of other resources:

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1/5/21
Selecting The Right Tool and Vendor For Health and Wellness Programs

Having the best-suited health and wellness vendor with the right technology tool to support your health and wellness plan design, strategy, goals, and wrapping it all into a well-crafted member experience is the primary need for every plan...

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1/5/21
Of Plants and People: From the Past to the Present

South Africa is world renowned for its biodiversity and many have recognized that its botanical wealth presents with unique opportunities for conservation and commercialization which can drive economic development. It is a country with many varied...

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12/30/20
Can an ambitious breeding effort save North America’s ash trees?

Since a devastating fungal blight popped up in the Bronx Zoo in 1904 and went on to kill at least 3 billion chestnut trees, North American forests have been swept by one plague after another, including a fungus that kills elms and an aphidlike insect...

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12/30/20
Biocultural stewardship: Transforming our urban and community forestry practices

Diverse perspectives and approaches to learning and knowing can strengthen our work in urban and community forestry. Indigenous and local knowledge is embedded in the concept of biocultural stewardship - an approach to working with communities...

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12/28/20
Reflecting on 2020: Navigating the Trials, Triumphs & Transformation of Cultural Organizations in the Pandemic Era

2020 has been a challenging and transformative year for the cultural sector. When museums first closed their doors in March, no one could have predicted the profound era of disruption and change the COVID-19 pandemic would usher in for cultural...

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12/16/20
Time + Talent Podcast

Whether you’re looking for solutions, inspiration, or just want to hear what others are doing to successfully engage volunteers, Time + Talent is the podcast for leaders of volunteers.

We’ll bring you uplifting and insightful conversations with...

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12/16/20
The Stories We Tell: Reflective Writing to Examine How Nature, Diversity, and Place Influence our Teaching

In the first in a series of two workshops that will focus on using reflective writing as a means of promoting diversity and inclusion. In this eeINSPIRE webinar, we will use brief excerpts from books as inspiration and take a little time to discuss and...

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12/16/20
Crop wild relatives of the United States require urgent conservation action

The contributions of crop wild relatives (CWR) to food security depend on their conservation and accessibility for use. The United States contains a diverse native flora of CWR, including those of
important cereal, fruit, nut, oil, pulse, root...

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12/16/20
Bartlett Tree Experts Series: Sustainable Landscape Management

Greg reviews the key components to maintaining our stressed landscapes with tried and true Sustainable Landscape Management practices.

Speaker: Greg Paige, Director of Horticulture and Arboretum Curator, Bartlett Tree Research Laboratories and...

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12/15/20
Selecting the Right Interpretive Tool for Your Garden

How do you create that perfect combination of interpretive vehicles to reach your various audiences? Our panelists explore the right mix of brochures, QR codes, signage, apps, and other tools to connect our visitors to our beautiful garden spaces....

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12/15/20
BHS: Snow Removal Safety

The winter season brings on new challenges for Gardens related to the weather. Snowfall and wet weather create need for thoughtful consideration of clearing walkways and pathways. It is important to consider and identify high traffic areas for visitors...

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12/14/20
BHS: Preventing Workplace Overexertion and Fatigue

As COVID continues to be a global concern and as many organizations are finding new normal ways to work, there is concern for workplace overexertion and fatigue. Overexertion can be a result of physical or emotional strain or pressure caused when you...

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12/14/20

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