The ‘freedom’ of gardening
PRINCETON – Corry Engelbrecht, a domestic violence advocate at Freedom House in Princeton, went out on a limb this spring and decided to plant a garden at the Freedom House facility to give clients and their children an activity to enjoy and take part in together.
“I personally find gardening to be very therapeutic, and it’s been something that when I’m upset calms me,” she said. “I thought it might be a good way for the clients to de-stress, be calm and bond.”
The garden has grown into a popular activity for the clients to engage in and is packed with a variety of vegetables and plants they chose to planted. Sunflowers, tomatoes, jalapeno, green beans, peas, carrots, radishes, zucchini and lemon basil plants are just a few that pack the space.
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