This article references the experience of orphan children, their care environment and an observational methodology called Empowerment Photography (as it is viewed in the context of what is termed eco-psychological and nature therapy).
Ecopsychology considers the connection between our self and the rest of nature to be essential to mental, and thus, ecological health. In this respect, ecopsychology offers a way…Continue
Added by Randy Eady on November 29, 2011 at 11:30am — No Comments
As most of us are well aware, virtuality already deprives many children of time spent in the 3-dimensional, natural world. But is there danger in 3D?
Does mediated, 3D exposure alter the area in a child's developing brain responsible for processing 3D images as well?
Added by Randy Eady on February 3, 2011 at 7:30am — No Comments
The world needs more people like Roger Long pouring their love and creativity into the land.
"...a bit of a naturalist, a bit of a historian, and a bit of an activist, but mostly he’s a mixed-media artist..."…
Added by Randy Eady on November 20, 2010 at 6:18pm — No Comments
ContinueBloggers Note:The entry below was written to initiate our community-vested garden project at the City of Delray Beach, FL Park and Recreation site called Veterans Park. Delray Beach is referred to as the "village by the sea". For those interested in creating community gardens, we found clearly outlining the part people can play vital to moving our project forward. The second…
Added by Randy Eady on October 3, 2010 at 3:05pm — No Comments