This course will explore the techniques available for changing individual environmental stewardship behavior with a focus on achieving durable change. It will be argued that individuals require information and motivation before they are willing to alter their behavior. Furthermore, only certain types and combinations of information and motivation result in long-lasting behavior change. A portion of the course will focus on mind-body techniques and their role in promoting mental restoration and integrated wellness. These states are discussed as possible pre-conditions to deep environmental awareness, concern and stewardship. Students participate in team-based research in which they investigate walking routes in Ann Arbor neighborhoods. The research goal is to design behavior change techniques that encourage regular walking along routes identified as having the potential to enhance mental restoration and environmental awareness.