Mark May: Laying the grounds for therapeutic healing

Most gardeners will tell you their work is never done. They’ll weed a vegetable bed, and realize the roses need pruning. Next, they’ll see the bushes near the front door get too much sun and should be moved. Then they decide to rig a rainwater container and maybe replace some sod in a patch of lawn that doesn’t grow well. Maintaining the RiverBend Wellness House landscaping is no different. Because it was designed to have its lawn and gardens be an integral part of its programming, the gardeners here are tasked with an important role. Here they aren’t simply doing lawn maintenance, they’re literally laying the grounds for therapeutic healing. ​ Mark May, a volunteer at RiverBend, has become

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