Meet Dr Kate Neale, Garden Health Researcher

08.23.2018 - By Garden Clinic Digs Deeper

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What are the therapeutic benefits of gardening in social housing, preschools, schools, health services and aged care? Dr Kate Neale from Southern Cross University is keen to find out, starting with KindyGarden, a program aimed at getting 3-5 year olds growing food.

For more information in this field check out the upcoming therapeutic gardening conference on the Gold Coast where Kate will be speaking.
Australian Therapeutic Horticulture Conference October 25-26-27, 2018
Speakers:
http://www.cultivatensw.org.au/imagesDB/wysiwyg/Pre_ConferenceWorkshops_2.pdf

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Connect with Kate on her inspiring Instagram page @mylittlesheshed Connect with Linda @linda_kirin_ross

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