Gardens are Good for You - An Earth Day lecture

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Humans share a deep relationship with the outdoor world. Spending time outdoors in nature can help reduce stress, heal what ails you, build social and community bonds, help children learn and even help businesses make more money. Learn how to harness the power of observation, see patterns around you and appreciate the value of a sense of place.


Henry David Thoreau said the goal of city planners should be to have “a park near every doorstep where people can gather and gain a healthy dose of nature. It is a remedy we can never have enough of.”


Join us for this free Earth Day lecture in celebration of Ag Day 2021. 


Speaker: Sue Barton, UD Professor, Extension Specialist and 2021 Worrilow Award Winner

Thursday, April 22, 2021 at 6:00pm to 7:00pm

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