Michael Follett, the UK’s leading expert on playtime and director of Outdoor Play and Learning (OPAL) CIC, is calling on schools to commit to reserving 20% of the school day to play. Follett says that too many schools in the UK are failing children

The city of Wilmington, Delaware will be throwing more than 30 block party-like events in some of the most crime-ridden neighborhoods this summer to promote exercise and healthy habits. "Play Streets" marks the first event to come out of the New Cas

In Quebec, construction of this year's landscape art installations for the 19th edition of the International Garden Festival is underway. Open from June 23-October 7, the festival's “Playsages II — Go Outside and Play!” theme continues its explorati

  John Rogers and Monique Martinez discuss varieties of tomatoes during Fullerton Arboretum’s annual Veggiepalooza on March 17. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) A Carolina reaper pepper, one of the world’s hottes

ATLANTA (May 22, 2018) -- Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Gulf of Mexico Program awarded $97,808 to Nature’s Academy in Bradenton, Fla. to focus on environmental education.

Governing Board Recognizes Springs Community Partner
The Southwest Florida Water Management District (District) Governing Board recognized Earnie Olsen of Citrus County as one of this year’s springs community partners at its May Governing Board meeting. Olsen is the supervisor of the Marine Science S

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Forest history in Europe is often focussed on individual nation states. It is true that all European countries have unique forest histories played out in their national contexts. But there are common traits that all northern European countries share

The  UK-originated Play Streets concept is spreading across San Francisco. The street closure program allows neighbors to apply for a series of regularly scheduled block closures over the course of months and provides training as well as low-cost eq

A new study published in Pediatric Research finds curious kids achieve greater success in school, regardless of their socioeconomic status. The study involved direct assessments given to 6,200 kindergarten students, as well as parent-reported behavi