Garden Design for Special Populations - 173THR408
Gardens can be catalysts for learning, health, inclusion, and therapy. Gain the knowledge, expertise, and tools to create, renovate, and evaluate both interior and exterior spaces to ensure effective gardens. Learn the latest research in health care garden design, common design principles, and necessary considerations and accommodations for target populations.

Required Textbook:
Horticulture as Therapy: Principles and Practice. Simpson, Sharon P., PhD
And Straus, HTM, Martha C., editors; The Food Products Press, Binghamton, NY
Schedule: 4 Wednesdays, 3/8 - 4/5 (no class 3/22), 6 pm - 9 pm, and
1 Saturday, 3/25, Off-Site 10 am - 1 pm (UPDATED)
Times: 06:00pm - 09:00pm
Instructor: Nancy Minich
Location: Midtown Center, Room A
Price: Member (Incl. Materials) : $365.00
Non-Member (Incl. Materials) : $399.00
Introduction to Horticultural Therapy
Horticultural Therapy for Physical Rehabilitation