Social and therapeutic horticulture: evidence and messages from research
reportposted on 02.07.2007, 12:12 by Jo Aldridge, Joe Sempik
A summary of the main findings of a review of the literature on social and therapeutic horticulture – the use of horticulture and gardening to promote health, well-being and social inclusion among vulnerable people.
- Social Sciences
- Communication, Media, Social and Policy Studies
- Centre for Child and Family Research