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Nature and children: The effects of gardening on preschoolers

A study of the impact of gardening on perceived peer acceptance, social adjustment, interest in nature, and nutritional awareness based on teacher and child self-reports of 45 children randomly assigned to either gardening or control conditions for 3 months in one Head Start program in West Haven, Connecticut
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