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Understanding care farming as a swiftly developing sector in the Netherlands

@inproceedings{Hassink2017UnderstandingCF,
  title={Understanding care farming as a swiftly developing sector in the Netherlands},
  author={J. Hassink},
  year={2017}
}
Care farming or social farming is a swiftly developing sector across Europe. Care farms combine agricultural production with health and social services. The Netherlands is one of the leading countries in care farming. The aim of this study was to better understand how the new sector of care farming emerged so quickly in the Netherlands using basic concepts from transition theory´s multi-level perspective (MLP) as a canvas. The story is one of different types of care farms developing over time… Expand
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