Report by Leeds Beckett University & The Wildlife Trusts, Autumn 2019. This report includes evidence obtained from Muddy Fork, albeit when we were 'Recovery'.
Mike Rogerson, Jo Barton, Rachel Bragg and Jules Pretty. University of Essex 2017
BRAGG, R. and LECK, C. Natural England Commissioned Reports, Number 228. 2017
The King’s Fund, David Buck 2016
Better Mental Health For All: A Public Health Approach to Mental Health Improvement. Faculty of Public Health and Mental Health Foundation 2016
Natural England Commissioned Reports, Number 204. BRAGG, R., ATKINS, G. 2016
Joint Commissioning Panel for Mental Health 2015.
Wellbeing benefits from natural environments rich in wildlife:
A literature review for The Wildlife Trusts
Dr Rachel Bragg, Dr Carly Wood, Dr Jo Barton and Professor Jules Pretty, School of Biological Sciences, University of Essex, 2015
Sustainability in psychiatry
- Occasional Paper 97
Royal College of Psychiatrists 2015
Should gardening be available on the NHS?
Royal Horticultural Society John MacLeod Lecture, Dr William Bird and Dr Matilda Van Den Bosch 2014
Olivier Vardakoulias, nef consulting limited 2013. This report includes data drawn directly from Muddy Fork participants, albeit when we were
Ecominds effects on mental wellbeing. An evaluation for Mind
Rachel Bragg, Carly Wood and Jo Barton, University of Essex
Building resilient communities. Making every contact count for public mental health (full report) or briefing summary. Mind 2013
Healthy nature healthy people: 'contact with nature' as an upstream health promotion intervention for populations
Health Promotion International, Volume 21, Issue 1, 1 March 2006, Pages 45–54