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Horticulture Therapy - Growing vegetables for physical and mental well-being

Horticulture Therapy - Growing vegetables for physical and mental well-being

Besides their value in human nutrition, planting vegetables and other specialty crops can provide physical and mental benefits and wellness for the people who grow them. A trained horticultural therapist can facilitate social, therapeutic, and vocational benefits that promote self-efficacy, physical well being, and independence.

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