A well-designed backyard can be an antidote to modern childhood problems: obesity, attention-deficit disorder and depression. This article explores how the Cohn-Rolston garden lets kids be kids, with room to run and lots of ‘secret garden’ spaces. Circling paths, hidden rooms, pools and fountains, along with lots of plant material for crafts and building and wildlife to watch stimulate the imagination and eliminate what author Richard Louv calls ‘nature-deficit disorder.’ For a legible look at the whole story, go to http://www.dfwchild.com/features/2139/Into-the-Woods

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