We all need to spend more time outdoors, especially kids! Natural settings reduce stress and help kids to unplug. Creating a healthy outdoor space at home – whether it’s a fire escape or fields – means ensuring healthy air, water and land. Eliminating pesticides, cultivating native plants and welcoming wildlife (especially bees) are a few places to start.
Click below for healthy outdoor resources:
- Beyond Pesticides – caring for the home & garden without pesticides
- EPA Green Building – Outdoor Resources – taking care of lawns, gardens & outdoor spaces
- EPA Green Building – Protecting Your Health