#SocialFarming has the potential to offer solutions to public service provision in rural areas

Social Farming Across Borders

This project promotes ‘social farming’ as a viable option for achieving improved quality of life for people who use health and social services, through enhancing social inclusion and connecting farmers with their communities.

Social Farming Across Borders (SoFab) Pilot




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