Ana Ka'ahanui

Naturalist; forest therapy; guide and co-founder, Capital Nature

Co-founder of Capital Nature, a nonprofit that encourages interaction with wild spaces. She’s a Virginia master naturalist, a trained forest therapy guide and works in the U.S. Green Building Council.

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A brisk walk in nature is known to be beneficial for our health.

How trees can help lower blood pressure and ease depression

A brisk walk in nature is known to be beneficial for our health.

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