When kids are getting outside a lot for their recreation, there is usually an adult (or group of adults) helping to make sure that happens.
Two examples of what may be the new order of how things will be done in parks and recreation. It’s hard to recognize much of this innovation as it forms around us.
In 1912 when the Japanese sent a gift of over 3,000 cherry trees, which were planted on national park land around the Tidal Basin. Similar gifts brought cherry trees to New York, Philadelphia, and other U.S. cities.