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Care Farming in Education

Care farming, sometimes called social farming, is the therapeutic use of farming practices. It’s one of a range of nature-based interventions available in the UK.
On care farms, all or part of the site provides health care, social care and specialist educational services. This is through a supervised, structured programme of farming-related activities.
Use this resource to find out more about Care Farming and to find a Care Farm near you.

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