Redefining How We Access Natural Areas is a Most Pressing Issue

One of my favourite walks — closed

Part One — Identifying the need for change

I believe, restricting access to nature could have dire consequences for our mental health and overall well-being.

Obviously we are in a unique situation with this global pandemic that’s capturing the attention of our conscious minds and then permeating our subconscious being.

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Curating the garden of my being 🌈 Reading and writing are part of that process to me.

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