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We are pleased to announce the release of the 2nd edition of Horticultural Therapy Methods! Now available for purchase here.

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Nov. 2-5, 2017
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Watertown, MA
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Useful links from the Horticultural Therapy Institute

Linking People and Plants

The American Horticultural Therapy Association — (AHTA) is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to promote and advance the profession of horticultural therapy as a therapeutic intervention and rehabilitative medium. AHTA is the only US national organization that promotes and advances the profession of horticultural therapy. The main office is in Prussia, Pennsylvania. Located at 150 S. Warner Rd., King Prussia, PA 19406.
By phone at. 484-654-0357

Gardens on Spring Creek — after 17 years of diligence and hard work by many dozens of citizens, and the “thumbs up” from thousands of local voters, the City of Fort Collins now has a community-oriented botanic gardens. The Gardens is located at 2145 S. Centre Avenue, on an attractive 18 acre site along and to the south of Spring Creek.

Colorado State University/Department of Horticulture — all classes offered by the Horticultural Therapy Institute are accredited for academic credit by Colorado State University’s Department of Horticulture.

Horticultural Therapy Concentration offered at Colorado State University– In conjunction with the Horticultural Therapy Institute, Colorado State University will be offering a horticultural therapy concentration (a Bachelor of Science degree) beginning Spring of 2008. Specific HT classes are delivered by the HT Institute.

Hospice and Palliative Care of Greensboro — Hospice and Palliative Care of Greensboro, North Carolina, provides compassionate, quality care for persons who are living with a progressive and life-limiting illness and their families. The Hospice has hosted the Introduction to Horticultural Therapy class.

Anchor Center For Blind Children — The mission of Anchor Center for Blind Children is to teach visually impaired infants, young children and their families, providing hope and a nurturing environment where children reach their highest potential.

The Gardens at Heather Farm — The Gardens at Heather Farm: Established in 1968, the gardens are a living museum, a wildlife habitat, an outdoor classroom, and a beautiful place for everyone to enjoy.

Elkus Ranch — The Richard J. Elkus Ranch is an environmental education center and working ranch which provides unique hands-on learning experiences for Greater San Francisco Bay Area youth.

Bullington Center — To educate and inspire children and adults in horticulture, the natural sciences, and integrated disciplines; to provide hands-on learning opportunities for members of our community.

New Hanover County Arboretum — We offer Children’s programs, Gardening, environmental education, healthy Lifestyles and much more!



 


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