A growing body of research reveals tangible and measurable social and emotional benefits for students and teachers when nature-based lessons and spending time outdoors are incorporated in students’ studies. In a recent episode of Keystone Education Radio, host Annette Stevenson speaks with Shannon Fredebaugh-Siller, the Community Engagement Programs Manager at Heritage Conservancy, on the programs her organization is offering to students in that region and how everyone across the commonwealth, from students, school leaders, teachers and parents, can benefit from more time in nature. 

Listen to this episode and others at keyedradio.org.

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