PODCAST - Research Says Landscaping Reduces Stress

Reese Nelson, Ph.D., professor of horticulture at BYU-Idaho, is a big supporter of the Come Alive Outside movement. He shares insights into research that suggests plants, landscaping and outdoor spaces can reduce stress and improve quality of life.

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Reese Nelson, Ph.D., professor of horticulture at BYU-Idaho, is a big supporter of the Come Alive Outside movement. He shares insights into research that suggests plants, landscaping and outdoor spaces can reduce stress and improve quality of life.

Recognizing the psychological and health benefits of spending time with nature can change the way landscape contractors sell their services. Reese and Jim Paluch, mastermind of the Come Alive Outside movement, share their thoughts on this important topic.

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