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Social Services as Supplementary On-Farm Activity for Mentally Disabled People

Jan Hassink and Majken van Dijk (eds. ), Farming for Health, 57-72. © 2006 Springer. Printed in the Netherlands CHAPTER 5 SOCIAL SERVICES AS SUPPLEMENTARY ON-FARM ACTIVITY FOR MENTALLY DISABLED PEOPLE KATJA VADNAL AND KATARINA KOŠMELJ University of Ljubljana, Biotechnical Faculty, Dept. of Agronomy, Jamnikarjeva 101, 1000... More

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Fall 2008 Homeless Garden Project Newsletter

The Homeless Garden Project • Fall 2008 Down on the FarmUniqueness & Variety "Diversity provides both the resistance to monocultures and the creative alternative. Our strength is our uniqueness and variety, a strength that can be eroded only when we give up on it ourselves. " — Vandana Shiva Diversity in nature appears to be a... More

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Horticulture Skills for the Workplace: Fundamentals for Implementing a Horticultural Skills Program at Institutions

Eastern State Hospital Horticulture Skills for the Workplace Fundamentals for Implementing a “Horticultural Skills Program at Institutions” September 22, 2010 Merrimac Juvenile Detention Center

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June 2008 Horticultural Therapy Society of New South Wales Newsletter

June 2008 Issue 78 Cultivate NSW The year so far . . . . More site visits! The first half of the year for Cultivate NSW has flown by, thanks to various work happening in, around and about the Telopea Centre! 1. In the Centre, the classes ‘Hort Techniques for Therapy’ delivered by Ruth in the first semester have been... More

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Gates Horticulture Therapy Project

Horticulture London Road Cemetery, Brentwood Information Pack Reg. Charity No. 1099813

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Sustainable Garden Project: The Need to Assist Frail Elderly People

SUSTAINABLE GARDEN PROJECT

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Spring 2008 Homeless Garden Project Newsletter

From the Director “Work occupies so much of our life. It’s not just that we spend vast amounts of our waking hours at work, but it is often through our vocational commitments that we engage the world. Our aspirations, our dreams, and even our understanding of who we are become shaped by the work we do in the world. ” —From... More

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Michigan Horticultural Therapy Association 30th Annual Conference

HORTICULTURAL THERAPY: CONNECTING PEOPLE AND PLANTS The Alice W. Burlingame Memorial Chapter of the American Horticultural Therapy Association invites you to attend its MHTA 30TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE Friday, March 7, 2008 8:30 a. m. - 4:30 p. m. Horticultural Therapy as an Effective Treatment Tool for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and... More

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Fall 2011 Homeless Garden Project Newsletter

Beauty Beautysaves. Beautyheals. Beautymotivates. Beautyunites. Beautyreturnsustoour origins,andhereliestheultimateactofsaving,ofhealing,ofovercomingdualism. —MatthewFox OneofthequalitiesofourfarmthatengagesmeandsustainsmyworkatHGPisbeauty. Inthisarticle,Iwanttocelebratethefarm’sbeautyandinviteyoutoengagewith italso.... More

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Glossary of Recreation Therapy and Occupational Therapy

Glossary of Recreation Therapy and Occupational Therapy David R. Austin ✍

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The Self, Meaning and Sustainability

  1        Reid Smith  Social Sustainability 588  Portland State University  6/3/10    The Self, Meaning & Sustainability   “As the care of nature increasingly becomes an intellectual  concept severed from the joyful experience of the outdoors, you ... More

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Fall 2010 Homeless Garden Project Newsletter

“Radicalsimplymeansgraspingthingsattheroot”—AngelaDavis Thisyear,theHomelessGardenProjectcelebratesour20thanniversary. Pleasejoinusaswepause,reflectandcelebrate20yearsofworkingto fulfillourmission. EssentialtoHGP’svisionisanunderstandingthatsustainabilitywastesnothingandnoone,thatitincludesthepotentialofallwho... More

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Nature Therapy: Theory and Methods, Application in Practice

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------‫לטבע‬ ‫המרכז‬‫תרפיה‬org. naturetherapy. www CenterThe Nature Therapy    Nature Therapy  Selected Articles  By  Ronen Berger (PhD)  ... More

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Spring 2011 Homeless Garden Project Newsletter

Respond WhileattendinguniversityinBerkeleyover30yearsago,Isawalotofpeoplewhowerehomelessonthe streets,especiallyonTelegraphAvenueandinPeople’sPark. EvenwithBerkeley’s“anythinggoes”attitude,thesepeopledidnothaveanywhere tobelong. Onemaninparticularstoodouttome. Hewalkedwithcrutchesbecauseoneleghadbeenamputated.... More

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Gardening for children - Horticultural Therapy Association of Victoria

Horticultural Therapy Association of Victoria www. horticulturaltherapy. com. au Gardening for children Children can learn new skills, have fun, play and develop self-confidence by spending time in the garden tending plants and growing their own food. Most children enjoy being outdoors and love digging in the soil, getting dirty,... More

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Broadmeadows Disability Services - Horticulture Therapy Program

Broadmeadows Disability Services Eleventh Annual Report 2009 - 2010

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People with Learning Difficulties Develop Confidence through Care Farming

L E I S A I N D I A • S E P T E M B E R 2 0 0 820 “Care farms” combine care of the land with care of vulnerable people. Such farms exist in many European countries. In the Netherlands, the Kiem care farm has sixty years’ experience in involving mentally disabled people in agricultural activities. The farm sells a wide range... More

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Using Houseplants To Clean Indoor Air - University of Hawaii

Ornamentals and Flowers (revised) Dec. 2007 OF-39 Using Houseplants To Clean Indoor Air Kent D. Kobayashi, Andrew J. Kaufman, John Griffis, and James McConnell1 Department of Tropical Plant and Soil Sciences, 1 University of Guam In offices, homes, and other indoor areas, poor air quality can both cause health problems and make... More

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