New Online & Hybrid Therapeutic Horticulture Courses Now Available

Posted On June 21, 2022— Written By
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North Carolina Botanical Garden logo with illustrations of people enjoying nature.

The Therapeutic Horticulture field is on the rise in the U.S!

Therapeutic Horticulture uses plants and nature-based activities to achieve individual and group treatment goals in motivating, beautiful, therapeutic gardens, and indoor programming sites. The possibilities are endless!

In partnership with NC State University, the North Carolina Botanical Garden is now offering two unique learning opportunities for professionals and students in allied health, education, and design fields. Find out how YOU can incorporate your love of nature into your existing practice.

ONLINE Certificate in Therapeutic Horticulture 
100% online program with robust online discussion & networking opportunities. LEARN MORE!

HYBRID Certificate in Therapeutic Horticulture 
in-person, hands-on, skills workshops paired with an immersive online learning experience. LEARN MORE!

Can I integrate Therapeutic Horticulture into MY field? Find out by using our article on eligibility.

For more information contact:
Emilee Weaver (she/her/hers)
Therapeutic Horticulture Program Manager
North Carolina Botanical Garden
University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill
Location | 100 Old Mason Farm Rd | Chapel Hill, NC 27517
Direct: 919.962-2413 | Garden: 919.962.0522

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Written By

Lucy Bradley, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionDr. Lucy BradleyConsumer and Community Horticulture Professor and Extension Specialist Call Dr. Lucy Email Dr. Lucy Horticultural Science
NC State Extension, NC State University
Updated on Jun 21, 2022
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