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backgrounds through contact with nature and a first-hand viewing of the cycle of life ( Kaplan, 1973 ). The whole family can participate in gardening ( Carney et al., 2012 ), including special populations, such as older adults and people with disabilities

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; associated costs; distance needed to travel; available child care at the event), if they were ever arboretum members, their interest in leisure activities and events (e.g., gardening, landscaping, and lawn care; wine tasting; nature hikes), perceived

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extra 2 d to complete the questionnaire. Because the exact number of potential respondents who viewed the survey is unknown due to the nature of electronic distribution, a response rate could not be calculated. Estimations of distribution based on county

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The relationship between plants and human health has been and continues to be of great concern for humankind based on both diet and medicinal uses. In this article, we present and analyze images and associated text of an illustrated manuscript from

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foods has been widely promoted, little research has examined the relationship between farming experience and attitudes toward locally grown foods and the presumably related attachment to one's own region. The present study examines the association

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young adults next to make decisions regarding their environmental behaviors, is very limited. The purpose of this study was to measure the relationship between participating in a college composting program and students’ environmental attitudes

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would lead to a person being knowledgeable about environmental facts and issues and having a respect for nature. A high environmental locus of control would lead to a person believing in his/her ability to make a difference and acting responsibly

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:1018878610405 Louv, R. 2005 Last child in the woods: Saving our children from nature-deficit disorder. Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, New York, NY 10.1002/yd.399 Mainella, F.P. Agate, J.R. Clark, B.S. 2011 Outdoor-based play and reconnection to nature: A

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education encompasses various concepts such as education, computer programming education (i.e., coding), and computational thinking ( Lee 2018 ). Computational thinking is considered an essential element in child education ( Wing 2008 ), and software

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plants in zoos in the United States, children were asked about the relationship between animals and plants (94%), understanding of life (93%), and nature protection (93%). Here, 87% of the experts had experience running an animal–plant joint education

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