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Shinrin-yoku, or forest bathing, is rooted in the traditional Japanese reverence for the natural world and dedicated to promoting health, happiness, and a sense of awe. Anisa George, a certified […]
Continue your study of scientific plant names in Part II of Mt. Cuba’s botanical nomenclature series. Amy Highland, director of collections and conservation lead at Mt. Cuba, explains how to […]