What is Social Farming?
Social farming is the therapeutic use of farming practices. Social farming provides:
Health, social or educational care services for individuals from one or a range of vulnerable groups.
A supervised, structured programme of farming-related activities, including animal husbandry (livestock, small animals, poultry), crop and vegetable production, woodland management etc.
Services on a regular basis for participants, where clients/participants attend the farm regularly as part of a structured care, rehabilitation, therapeutic or educational programme.
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