In the continued recognition that access to nature improves health and well-being, as especially important to children’s growth, development, and socialization, doctors in Philadelphia are now prescribing time in nature for underserved youth. See the full article here.

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At the John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge in South Philly, a group of kids — including Safir Wearind (foreground), 10 — participate in a camp. In the background is Brianna Patrick, environmental education supervisor. (CLEM MURRAY/Staff photographer)
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