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Accessible Gardening: Therapeutic horticulture

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Winston Salem, NC

January 10, 2009
3:27 PM

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If you are interested, I can get information about gardens that provide some aspect of therapeutic horticulture. Also, I co edited a book, described in my blog called Community Gardening. Is anyone out there involved in Horticulture Therapy or Therapeutic Horticulture? The book is available from www.

Is there interest? I noted the SF program on gardening for the blind and visually impaired. Sounds like a great program. Are there others that folks in this forum know?

Thanks...Glad to be part of this forum.

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