Creating and managing places where children engage with nature
National Guidelines to bring nature play and learning to every community. For those who create, manage, or promote the development of nature in the everyday environments of children, youth, and families, especially in urban/suburban communities.
Release date: September 9, 2014
“Decoding the human genome was impressive. The internet has been transformative. Big data are amazing. But a child playing in the woods? That simple, time-honored image is at once magical, and powerful, and inspiring.”
from the Forward to Nature Play and Learning Places by
Howard Frumkin, M.D., Dr.P.H.
Dean, University of Washington School of Public Health”