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  • Canada’s Gardenland

    The landscapes are important for many reasons to stress free and mental feeling. They are shared resource for everyone, ability, irrespective of ownership, or background.  They provide a living history of past life, and an inspiration for culture in Canada’s Gardenland.  They provide a wide range of health and social benefits and under pin economy.  This specific resource should be looked after for the benefit of future generations. Healthy landscapes and Proper landscape care is also help the environment. A fertile green space can decreases pollutants and dust from the air, minimize heat buildup, convert carbon dioxide into oxygen, and minimize water pollution.

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    Pleasant surroundings 

     The amenity and attractiveness of our everyday landscapes are important for the quality of people lives.

    Permanence and continuity

    From a human perspective, many elements of the scenery are fixed or change very slowly providing a strong sense of reassurance and place.

    Associations and Memories

    Individuals and communities may connect certain landscapes with particular experiences.

    Diversity and character

    The uniqueness and character of our landscapes helps define a sense of place at both the local and regional level.

    National identity

    All of Canada’s gardenland are part of our national identity, but some project a sense of garden and are considered national icons.

     

     

     

    Scenic quality, beauty and aesthetics

    Many of rural landscapes are valued for their natural beauty and attractiveness. The aesthetic attractive and qualities of our townscapes and individual buildings are also important.

    Health and wellbeing

    Attractive and accessible landscapes support and encourage physical activity. They can provide escape from the rate of modern living and give us better insight into our past and culture. Closer engagement with them is therefore good for our individual health and well-being both physical and mental.

    Community regeneration

    Restoring degraded landscapes and engaging local people in their history and biodiversity and connecting people more generally in decision making and management can also help build stronger communities.

    Enjoyment and recreation

    The landscapes provide a very wide range of opportunities to enjoy the outdoors, ranging from local Canada’s gardenland green space and urban parks through to remote mountains and coasts. All offer relaxation, challenge, and inspiration and an opportunity to experience firsthand our natural and cultural heritage.

    Education

    In addition to providing a setting for contact with the natural world and built environment, our landscapes provide an essential record of our past and insight into people they were and places to live. They provide a range of opportunities for learning about the cultural and natural heritage and also settings for formal and informal learning activity.

    The idea that spending time in nature can make you feel better is intuitive. They all feel this to be true, and many of us have anecdotes of our own or from family or friends that support that idea. People who have been suffering from sickness, stress or a trauma can spend calm contemplative time in gardens or taken to the mountains or woods to heal. The benefits of nature can also be found in our communities’ parks and green spaces which feels relax and mind fresh.