Presentation Title

Greening of Schoolyards - rebuilding nature at schools

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Jane Tesner KleinerFollow

Abstract

The Greening of Schoolyards projects provide the perfect setting to increase habitat in urban and suburban areas while meeting school goals for learning, play and wellness. Schools can create habitat pockets to expand the network for vital habitat for a variety of species, including kids.

Subjects

Animal ecology, Environmental education, Environmental social sciences, Habitat restoration, Land use planning, Wildlife biology

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https://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/33830

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Greening of Schoolyards - rebuilding nature at schools

The Greening of Schoolyards projects provide the perfect setting to increase habitat in urban and suburban areas while meeting school goals for learning, play and wellness. Schools can create habitat pockets to expand the network for vital habitat for a variety of species, including kids.