Urban Gardens

In my Speech Communication class, one student discussed urban gardens and the benefits to our communities, children, and health. Urban gardening is not well-known but many of us live in parts of the city where there is little access to natural, fresh, and nutritional fruits and vegetables.

As a group-based, common occupation, gardening may provide a complementary approach in stroke rehabilitation” (Patil, et al, 2019, p. 17). “The traditional herbal medicine is a shield that acts as a weapon against the attack of any kind of virus. In India, the coronavirus infection does not impact much as compared to western countries” (Shendarkar, 2016).

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