Brent Elementary School's "Outdoor Classroom" in Washington, D.C., is the final home of the U.S. Botanic Garden's Sustainable Schoolyard exhibit.
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Read the Hill Rag's coverage of the installation of the Sustainable Schoolyard at Brent Elemetary here.
 
Weblinks
Health and Fitness resources for schoolyards.
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1   Link   Parks, Playgrounds and Active Living
Parks and playgrounds provide a wide variety
of opportunities for physical activity and have the potential to help many Americans lead a more active lifestyle. "Parks, Playgrounds and Active Living," a February 2010 report from Active Living Research, a national program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, summarizes the growing body of evidence concerning the role of parks in shaping active lifestyles across a variety of study populations, including children, seniors, lower-income families, specific racial and ethnic groups and other populations at high risk of being inactive.
2   Link   White House Meeting: Childhood Obesity
Check the White House blog for the latest news on the interagency Childhood Obesity Task Force, established in February 2010 to develop an action plan for solving the problem of childhood obesity in a generation.
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