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Evan Duran waters new plants as part of Community Cultivation, a program run through the Yampa Valley Autism Program. Community Cultivation is a horticulture program for youths with disabilities or a part of at-risk populations. It addresses vocational, social and life development needs. Photo by John F. Russell

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Neveah Smith rides Frejha, the therapy horse she works with at Humbe Ranch Education and Therapy Center. Courtesy photo

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Neavaeh Smith leads a llama at Humble Ranch Education and Therapy Center as Liz Leipold, an occupational therapist, looks on. Courtesy photo

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Nevaeh Smith poses with one of the llamas at Humble Ranch Education and Therapy Center. Courtesy photo

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Horticultural Therapist Deb Reed works with Evan Duran at the Yampa River Botanic Park as part of Community Cultivation. Community Cultivation, a program of the Yampa Valley Autism Program, is a horticulture program for youths with disabilities or a part of at-risk populations. Photo by John F. Russell

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Katie Henderson checks out a sunflower in one of the beds for the Community Cultivation Project. Community Cultivation, a program of the Yampa Valley Autism Program, is a horticulture program for youths with disabilities or a part of at-risk populations. Photo by John F. Russell

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James Dickson, middle, poses for a family photo on the edge of his trampoline with his brother Louis, left, and Babette, his mom. Photo by John F. Russell

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Kia Smith and her 9-year-old daughter Nevaeh hang out at their Steamboat Springs home. Photo by John F. Russell

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Kia Smith and her 9-year-old daughter Nevaeh work in the garden at their Steamboat Springs home. Photo by John F. Russell

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Kia Smith and her 9-year-old daughter Nevaeh work in the garden of their Steamboat Springs home. Photo by John F. Russell

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Lu Etta Loeber executive director of the Yampa Valley Autism Program Photo by John F. Russell

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