Authors: Mathew P. White, Lewis R. Elliott, James Grellier, Theo Economou, Simon Bell, Gregory N. Bratman, Marta Cirach, Mireia Gascon, Maria L. Lima, Mare Lõhmus, Mark Nieuwenhuijsen, Ann Ojala, Anne Roiko, P.Read more
Inspired by the continuing interest in nature and garden experiences in our community, the Memory and Brain Wellness Center is creating a memory garden for people living with dementia. This garden will be located at the Memory Hub, located beside the Frye Art Museum.Read more
Joshua Lawler, Director of Nature and Health and a University of Washington professor in the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences, has been named a 2021 fellow of the Ecological Society of America.Read more
You are invited to participate in Nature and Health’s Spring Talks on April 28th with Dr. Jennifer D. Roberts and Dr. Gail C. Christopher.
We will discuss structural racism at the intersections of #BlackLivesMatter and COVID-19 to build this ongoing conversation about health equity and nature.
Edited by Samuel Myers and Howard Frumkin, 2020
Human health depends on the health of the planet. Earth’s natural systems—the air, the water, the biodiversity, the climate—are our life support systems.
By Carla Santorno, Pooja S. Tandon, and Bookie Gates
“With most children going to school in front of computers without typical recess breaks, physical education, and youth sports programs, our region’s youth face another health crisis — one of physical inactivity.”
Wild Grief Virtual Hike Habits are an opportunity to come together for grief peer support and nature connection from the comfort of your own home.
This Virtual Hike Habit will start with an opening circle via video chat, similar to the opening circle on our in-person hikes.
The Nature and Health Wins award recognizes individuals, communities, and organizations for their commitment to anti-racism, equity, nature, and health. Through the generosity of a donor, there will be funds to support future awardees.Learn more about the winners
Naheed Gina Aaftaab, Sara Breslow, Sean M. Watts, and Isabel Carrera Zamanillo join the Nature and Health Equity and Racial Justice Task Force to build and strengthen our scholarly transdisciplinary relationships.Read more