Summary: As a tentative definition social farming (SF) is both a traditional and an innovative use of agriculture frequently introduced from “grassroots level” by both new and established farmers. SF includes all activities that use agricultural resources, both from plants and animals, in order to promote (or to generate) therapy, rehabilitation, social inclusion, education and social services in rural areas. However, it is strictly related to farm activities where (small) groups of people can stay and work together with family farmers and social practitioners...
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