Having fun, naturally

Jill Bienenstock, educational consultant with Bienenstock Natural Playgrounds, is shown in part of a natural park/playground at the Canada Blooms exhibition in Toronto. A similar project is proposed for southeast Welland by Cordage Green Housing and Community Services in the McCabe, Southworth and McLaughlin streets area as part of an affordable and sustainable residential neighbourhood. A fund-raising initiative for the park, which uses only natural materials as shown here, is getting underway and plans are for construction to start this summer. The eye-catching display was wooing the attention, and hands-on curiosity, of many passersby today at Canada Blooms. (Photo by Joe Barkovich)

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