Mennonite New Dawn Home uses organic farming to help those with disabilities


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A Hualien home for children with special needs is working with a local hospital to operate an organic farm. The organizations hope to build a model for showing how ecology and nature can help the disabled. This is survival of the fittest at work, as bugs capture other bugs to produce organic fertilizer. Hualien’s New Dawn Home and Taipei Veterans General Hospital Yuli Branch are cooperating on a 2-hectare park that uses organic farming and natural methods for raising crops. Lin Mu-chuanNew Dawn DirectorThis is the first park in Taiwan to use green care principles. We hope for it to become Taiwan’s first green care model.Staff provide step-by-step instructions to teach students how to separate earthworm droppings. Working closely with bugs is one key aspect of organic farming and can teach

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