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Masters ThesisAn exploration of the benefits of gardening on elementary school students’ mental and physical well-being and community including students identified as having disabilitiesUrsini, JennyGardening has been known to reduce stress and increase relaxation in people with emotional disturbances, developmental delays, mental illness, sensory integration challenges, and the average gardener alike. Gardening has also been seen at times as a l . . .
Masters ThesisBenson, Chelsea L.This thesis explores the role of special places—forts, dens, and hideouts— during middle childhood (ages 6-12). Natural settings have traditionally been children’s special places. Research has demonstrated the importance of outdoor special places in c . . .
Masters ThesisBorsch, TarynLimited documentation exists about the therapeutic effects of gardening for Native Americans. Native American individuals who utilized services at local Inter-Tribal Health Center participated in a horticulture group which has been in place since Apri . . .