Absolutely. Care farming activities can include growing crops and vegetables, horticulture and land management.
Many care farms do not have any animals and care farming can also take place in variety of settings, including urban based community allotments and gardens.
Income and finances are an important part of care farming but they are not the main motivation for becoming a care farmer.
If you work with people with a defined need outdoors you may already be care farming. Find out what defines a care farm.
Although there is no specific funding or setting up a care farm, find out how to access funds from different sources.
If you're not a farmer there are a few things to think about before you get started with care farming.
If you're a farmer interested in care farming there are a few questions to ask before you start.