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At the National Environmental Education Foundation, environmental educators, scientists and health care professionals are teaming up to reconnect children with nature. NEEF is educating pediatric health care providers about the health benefits of nature for children and is partnering with the U.S. Forest Service, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the National Audubon Society, the National Park Service, and the Bureau of Land Management to provide accessible nature programs for their patients.

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The "Prescribing Nature: Connecting Children with Nature for Better Health" initiative has been endorsed by the National Forum on Children and Nature.

National Forum on children & Nature

 

children's environmental health excellent award

 

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Go outside for health benefits

Find a national wildlife refuge, national fish hatchery, park, playground, or nature center near you!

Recreation.gov: Explore your America

National Wildlife Refuges List

National Fish Hatchery Map

Audubon Centers and Sanctuaries

US Forest Service- Discover the Forest

Nature Find

Nature Rocks: Let's Go Explore


Feedback

Are you using these Children and Nature resources in your practice? At your nature site? Tell us! We want to hear from you about how you are incorporating active nature experiences into health systems and your community. Please take a moment to fill out a brief survey to help us discover your Children and Nature efforts across the country.

For Health Care Providers

For Nature Sites