Explore care farming services

Organisations, agencies and individuals can refer someone to a care farm or commission care farming services. Some people also refer themselves for care farm support. Find out more about different types of care farming services and how they help people. 


Care farming for health and social care

For those with a health or social care need, care farming services are an effective alternative to traditional types of care. 

Care farming for education

Care farms are a supportive place for young people to improve health and wellbeing or gain qualifications and skills.

Care farming for mental health and wellbeing

Our mental health and wellbeing is linked to nature. Care farming can help to release stress, anxiety and pressure. 

Care farming for dementia and older people

Care farms can improve the quality of life for older people and those living with dementia. Some care farms run specialist dementia services.