As the North Carolina Botanical Garden’s resident horticultural therapist, Sally Haskett uses plants to help people with a range of needs, from at-risk children and teens to people with physical or mental differences or injuries.
As the North Carolina Botanical Garden’s resident horticultural therapist, Sally Haskett uses plants to help people with a range of needs, from at-risk children and teens to people with physical or mental differences or injuries. Mike Dunn, Roads End Naturalist roadsendnaturalist.com
As the North Carolina Botanical Garden’s resident horticultural therapist, Sally Haskett uses plants to help people with a range of needs, from at-risk children and teens to people with physical or mental differences or injuries. Mike Dunn, Roads End Naturalist roadsendnaturalist.com

Horticultural therapy at NC Botanical Garden uses plants to help people

March 17, 2017 10:00 AM

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