Having sufficient amounts of contiguous natural lands is vital to the survival of our environment. This open space is required to protect our drinking water supplies and clean air, promote healthier, active lifestyles, and preserve habitat for native plants and animal species.
Image via Pexels What Is Nature-Deficit Disorder and How Do I Fight It? In 2005, Richard Louv coined the term nature-deficit disorder. While not a medical diagnosis, the term is meant to describe the steady [...]
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With the help of donors, members, and volunteers, we has saved more than 500 acres of land. Today, all the people in and around the Greater Green Bay Community live within miles of open space. Get in touch today and start making the difference.