What are the benefits of greenery for the treatment of various pathologies, and in general for human health and the planet? This will be discussed on 24 and 25 November at the second national conference on therapeutic greenery, organized at the Mati 1909 Centre.
Specialist doctors, horticultural therapists, architects, university professors and researchers will present studies and experimental research on the beneficial effects of therapeutic green.
“Rehabilitation projects in green areas, horticultural therapy models and garden concepts for reconnection with nature will be presented. The effectiveness of the rehabilitation activity aimed at the elderly, the disabled, children and people with mental and social problems will be studied in depth”, explain the organizers.