Garden

More Than a Pretty Place – Benefits of Green Spaces

There's something about green spaces - gardens, forests, prairies, etc... - that calls to us to approach, to touch, and to explore. They effortlessly hold our attention, while also setting us free of stresses and worries. There's a theory called the biophilia hypothesis, developed by Edward O. Wilson, that proposes our love of nature and other life forms is part of our evolutionary history and genetic makeup. We are attracted to life (animals and plants) because they support our life and have … [Read more...]