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FW: Horticultural Therapy

I emailed a friend of mine in Italy regarding this question, (she
is setting up horticultural therapy groups), and here is her

Hope this helps,

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 "Freedom suppressed and again regained bites with keener fangs
than freedom never endangered." -- Cicero

sorry if I'm a bit late but I have a *huge* amount of work to do!
I'm not familiar with children's works, but I'm sure you'll find
useful at www.ahta.org
It seems also the horticoltural therapy association of Victoria
and HTS of
NSW developed programs promoting HT.
I believe these books could be useful:
Children's gardens: the meaning of place (C.Eberbach 1992) D.Relf
Editor &
Timber Press inc.

The greening of a schoolyard: its impact on children behavior and
positive feelings (R. Moore 1994) J. Flagler & R.P. Poincelot The
press inc. Binghamton NY

Renata&Giorgio, Freccia, Maya, Ariel, Yoda

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