Craig Scott


My Sacred Place


Sensory Garden at the Gadsden Public Library, in partnership with CFNEA

The Sensory Garden is an interactive space which allows for healing and thought through the enjoyment of herbs, tending to plants, and simply strengthening oneself. By healing visitors from the inside out, real lasting change can take hold.

Meet Another Firesoul


Candace Rebuck

Gardening is often thought of as an active activity: planting, weeding, landscaping. However that’s not the way Candace Rebuck, a recreational therapist at the University of Maryland Rehabilitation and Orthopedic Institute, sees it. Candace views gardening and time spent in gardens as an incredibly therapeutic and rehabilitating measure which can truly help patients recover from...

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