During hot summer days, respite can be found beneath the mature tree limbs in George’s Garden where the air still flows. The dappled sunlight falls through the leaves onto the lawn. The chorus of summer insects rings loudly from the fields. Breathe deeply the scent of the pastures. The rich aroma of our farmland. It is this calm that Hero’s Bridge brings to its members the second Wednesday of each month at Mountain Vista Farm in Amissville. Farm Therapy is just one of the programs that the nascent nonprofit coordinates monthly. Just four years old, Hero’s Bridge serves nearly 150 veterans age 65 and older who have served in World War II, the Korean War and/or the Vietnam War. Read the article.
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