The benefits of gardening for little people
Author: Hasmukh Chand
Australian research commissioned by Planet Ark, and studies overseas, show that time in nature helps promote emotional, social and physical wellbeing. Learn more about the benefits of just adding nature to everyday experiences by visiting Garden Buildings Direct UK's website here.
Hasmukh joined Planet Ark to support the National Tree Day campaign in 2016. He has a wealth of experience working with other great environmental organisations, as well as a degree in environmental science. Hasmukh also volunteers with the SES and continues to support other environment groups as a volunteer.
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