Parks and natural spaces are more important now

Parks were developed in early 1900’s in the U.S. to provide a restorative experience when urban health was a looming concern. Today, people are seeking out the solace and restorative effects that nature can provide in this time of uncertainty. Backyard retreats can also provide many of these same benefits especially when they are designed to attract nature. Innovative, low maintenance natural design is just one of the many services that Community Land Ethics provides it clients. Pollinator gardens and water features are becoming increasingly popular to develop a welcoming serene space that increases property values.

This is yet another article to demonstrate how parks and natural spaces can provide that getaway for you and your family.


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