At its roots, NATURE for GOOD is all about connections. Helping humans connect to the natural world in order to tap into and reconnect to their own true nature.
NATURE for GOOD is not only a service but an initiative, a campaign of sorts to create a movement that inspires change towards a genuine connectedness to the natural world and our ability to innately know the good in us, through the good in nature.
Don't fancy traveling to a remote location to hike deep into the forest, climb a majestic mountain or sleep in the wilderness beneath a starlit sky? No worries, we've got you covered with endless ways and local places to jump-start your connections with all that is nature.
Increased time spent in a naturalized environment significantly improves the ability to focus and reduces symptoms of ADHD
Consistent and even periodic exposure to greenspace reduces stress and accordingly, high blood pressure, the risk of cardiovascular disease and Type II diabetes. Hospitalized patients with views of trees or greenspace heal faster.
Connection with elements in nature is known to improve mental clarity, cultivate empathy, and recharge optimism.
Ready to take a deeper dive but short on time or limited on ideas of how to connect with Nature? THE GOODS are fee-based services providing consulting and garden design services for the workplace, school campuses, and personal residences. GOOD TO KNOW offers resourceful information and recommended reading on how to integrate nature into your life. Visit here
EVENTS features free information updated monthly for varying opportunities to engage with nature and community throughout the United States.
If you are seeking community, join our Nature Tribe subscription service where custom, individualized itineraries aligned with your personal preferences and geographical location for connecting to nature are provided monthly, plus the added benefit of sharing experiences with other members in a safe and private group environment.
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The majority of our schools are lacking in outdoor space conducive to discovering the wonders of the natural world.