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Restoring Lives, Transforming Landscapes: The GreenHouse Program at Rikers Island Jail

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Spring 2002 Newsletter - Healthcare and Therapeutic Design Professional Practice Network

THERAPEUTICGARDENDESIGN ANASLAPROFESSIONALINTERESTGROUP AMERICAN SOCIETY OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS 636 Eye Street, NW, Washington, DC 20001-3736 www. asla. org

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Spring 2011 Newsletter California Horticultural Therapy

C A L I F O R N I A California Horticultural Therapy Group Newsletter 1 Horticultural Therapy Recovery of Cognitive Function Using Horticultural Activities By Patty Dunks AHTA Conference 10/13-10/16/2010 Presentation Review At the American Horticultural Therapy Association Annual Conference in Chicago, Illinois, Dr. Nishino,... Más

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The Street Tree Effect and Driver Safety

ITE Journal on ThE wEb / FEbruary 2008 69 By JODy ROSENBLATT NADERI, ByOUNG SUK KWEON, Ph. D. AND PRAVEEN MAGhELAL ThIS PILOT PRESENTS EMPIRIcAL fINDINGS ON STREET TREES AND ThEIR EffEcT ON DRIVING BEhAVIOR, SAfETy PERcEPTION AND SPEED. ThE ExPERIMENT INVESTIGATED ThE EffEcT Of TREES ON PERcEPTION Of SAfETy AND DRIVING SPEEDS IN... Más

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Spring 2007 Newsletter - Disabled Independent Gardeners Association

Grow with DIGA Spring 2007 From minimizing plant growth to supersizing yields The Disabled Independent Gardeners Association (DIGA) has two upcoming workshops, ranging from the minutia on bonsai to digging the dirt on compost. The first, held late April, features an introduction to classical Chinese gardening, while May’s event... Más

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Raised Garden for the Spinal Injuries and Rehabilitation Units

PROPOSAL FOR A RAISED GARDEN FOR THE SPINAL INJURIES AND REHABILITATION UNITS An Initiative supported by Diversity Health, POWH Project Background The outdoor area attached to the Spinal Injuries Rehabilitation Unit was assessed in 2004 for its capacity to house a potted garden. The outcome of this assessment flagged the area as... Más

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Wellbeing and the Natural Environment

1 Wellbeing and the Natural Environment: A brief overview of the evidence Julie Newton1 20/08/2007 1 Dr Julie Newton is a Research Fellow from the Wellbeing in Developing Countries (WeD) research group at the University of Bath on placement with the Sustainable Development Unit. She is jointly funded by Defra and the ESRC through the... Más

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Growing People Newsletter - Fall-Winter 2008

Gardeners In Community Development New “Just Greens Garden” Greens Our Saviour Episcopal Church Mission: improving the quality of life in neighborhoods through community gardening Fall-Winter 2008 Dallas Area Community Gardening Gardeners In Community Development 901 Greenbriar Lane Richardson, TX 75080 www. gardendallas. org Ever... Más

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The Benefits of Plants and Landscaping

The Benefits of Plants and Landscaping Compiled by Marc S. Frank, April 2003 • According to the National Gardening Association, 85 million (79 percent of) U. S. households participated in some form of gardening activity in the year 2002. American consumers spent a total of $39. 6 billion on their lawns and gardens in 2002. That... Más

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Fall 2009 Newsletter - Disabled Independent Gardeners Association

Fall 2009 DIGA community gardens are growing across the city following a year of bumper harvests h Seymour scene: Volunteer Eva Machalek (right) with member Terry Leblanc. Pearson success: Carrot harvest!Pearson party: celebrating success. The Disabled Independent Gardeners Association community gardens program is growing. For two... Más

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