Cheyenne Children’s LEED Platinum Village is a Place to Grow

by , 08/26/10

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The new LEED Platinum certified Paul Smith Children’s Village at the Botanic Gardens in Cheyenne, Wyoming is an incredible example of educational design — it’s a hands-on, interactive place where learning about the environment is woven into every aspect of the garden. The community set off from the start to take a holistic approach to the project and succeeded in creating a beautiful space that combines art, water, building, energy, community, history, and learning about how things grow. Through play and adventure, this first-of-its-kind children’s garden gives kids hands-on experience that helps them understand practical methods for sustainable living. Come with us as we take a look!


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