Vounder Garden is a pilot horticultural therapy programme run by the Eden Project based in Cornwall. It uses horticulture and gardening to provide weekly sessions over a period of 12 months to support 12 individuals living with anxiety and depression.
By focusing on the practice of general horticulture, which includes the production of vegetables and the care and maintenance of ornamental plants, participants get to re-engage positively with certain areas of their life. This includes engaging in social situations, developing confidence,setting personal and professional goals and learning new skills.
This report highlights the findings of a short piece of research undertaken with community gardens and food growing projects in London, to create a...
Sow the City is an award winning social enterprise based in Manchester. Established in 2009 with a few packets of seeds and some compost, they are...
The commissioned funding covers two 8-week cookery courses per year and two 12-week gardening groups per year for people with mild to moderate...
A guide for evaluating health and wellbeing outcomes for community growing programmes
Supported placements for vulnerable and disadvantaged young people who are in transition, excluded or recovering from mental health problems, and...
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Sustain advocates food and agriculture policies and practices that enhance the health and welfare of people and animals, improve the working and living environment, promote equity and enrich society and culture.