It’s a medical fact: Spending time outdoors, especially in green spaces, is good for you.

A wealth of research indicates that escaping to a neighborhood park, hiking through the woods, or spending a weekend by the lake can lower a person’s stress levels, decrease blood pressure and reduce the risk asthma, allergies, diabetes and cardiovascular disease, while boosting mental health and increasing life expectancy.

Meet Dual Threat Volunteer Brad Dahl

Buffalo, Minnesota
Meet dual program volunteer Brad Dahl of Buffalo, Minnesota who has helped multiple military families as both a GreenCare and SnowCare for Troops volunteer.

Project EverGreen Adds Green Oasis in the Heart of the Big Apple

Lower East Side
Project EverGreen returns to New York City to help revitalize Clinton Community Garden on the city’s Lower East Side and create an area where neighborhood residents can gather, get to know their neighbors…

Project EverGreen Spreads Value of Green Space Message in NYC

NYC Lower East Side
Project EverGreen returns to New York City to help revitalize Clinton Community Garden on the city’s Lower East Side and create an area where neighborhood residents can gather, get to know their neighbors…

Project EverGreen Announces June 9-15, 2019 is National GreenCare for Troops Awareness Week

GreenCare for Troops: Going Above and Beyond the Call of Duty to Serve and Assist Military Families With A Deployed Family Member. Military families face many challenges when a loved one is deployed…