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SROIurbannature_woodsforhealth[1] July 2011“This report provides an evaluation of the social return from investing in the Woods for Health Pilot at Kinnoull Hill Woodland Park. This provided a range of structured outdoor activities to supplement traditional forms of care provided to people accessing support from Perth and Kinross Community Health Partnership and NHS Tayside mental health services. The report forms part of a series of four Social Return on Investment (SROI) analyses of urban nature sites. The analysis was undertaken during 2010 by greenspace scotland supported by the Woods for Health Steering Group partners (Perth and Kinross Council Ranger Service, Perth and Kinross Community Health Partnership, NHS Tayside and the Forestry Commission Scotland).”

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