It’s always tempting to focus on making bad things less accessible, but perhaps policy-makers should be more creative and focus on ways to make good things more accessible. People who get outside regularly are less stressed, have more resilient immune systems and are generally happier. Studies show spending time in nature or green spaces helps reduce the symptoms of ADHD.Even in built playgrounds, kids spend twice as much time playing, use their imaginations more and engage in more aerobic and strengthening activities when the space incorporates natural elements like logs, flowers and small streams, according to research from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville.

A group of citizens has formed the Guelph to Goderich (G2G) Rail Trail Committee. “They’re keenly interested in having the trail go ahead,” he said.

Some landowners near the possible trail have been attending the G2G meetings and want more information, Vander Baaren said.

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There are 159 properties that abut the proposed rail trail.

If the county leases the land from the province it would cost about

If the county leases the land from the province it would cost about $1,695 (HST included) for about 28 kilometres.Also in question is whether or not the county’s insurance would cover stewardship groups like the Lions Club or if the groups would require their own insurance.The county also wants to know if a farmer is liable if he or she crosses the trail and damages it or leaves debris that causes an injury.Provincial and federal governments are failing to integrate a daily dose of nature into their policies.It’s also something we as a society are failing to make a priority in the lives of our children.The 2012 Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card says they spend almost eight hours a day in front of screens.

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If the county leases the land from the province it would cost about $1,695 (HST included) for about 28 kilometres.

Also in question is whether or not the county’s insurance would cover stewardship groups like the Lions Club or if the groups would require their own insurance.

The county also wants to know if a farmer is liable if he or she crosses the trail and damages it or leaves debris that causes an injury.

Provincial and federal governments are failing to integrate a daily dose of nature into their policies.

It’s also something we as a society are failing to make a priority in the lives of our children.

The 2012 Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card says they spend almost eight hours a day in front of screens.

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If the county leases the land from the province it would cost about $1,695 (HST included) for about 28 kilometres.

Also in question is whether or not the county’s insurance would cover stewardship groups like the Lions Club or if the groups would require their own insurance.

The county also wants to know if a farmer is liable if he or she crosses the trail and damages it or leaves debris that causes an injury.

Provincial and federal governments are failing to integrate a daily dose of nature into their policies.

,695 (HST included) for about 28 kilometres.

Also in question is whether or not the county’s insurance would cover stewardship groups like the Lions Club or if the groups would require their own insurance.

The county also wants to know if a farmer is liable if he or she crosses the trail and damages it or leaves debris that causes an injury.

Provincial and federal governments are failing to integrate a daily dose of nature into their policies.

It’s also something we as a society are failing to make a priority in the lives of our children.

The 2012 Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card says they spend almost eight hours a day in front of screens.