Sunday, September 20, 2020

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Educational Resources for Plant and Landscape Studies

Horticulture and landscape studies in Connecticut:

• UConn offers two- and four-year degrees in a variety of landscape-related topics. See www.plantscience.uconn.edu.

• Naugatuck Valley Community College offers associates degrees in horticulture. See www.nv.edu.

• Connecticut College offers degrees in botany and ethnobotany. See www.conncoll.edu/sciences.

• Connecticut Nursery and Landscape Association offers an accreditation program: See www.cnla.biz/canp.

• Connecticut Tree Protective Association offer several programs, including Arboriculture 101 at www.ctpa.org/arboriculture-101

UConn Extension Master Gardener Program: See mastergardener.uconn.edu.

-Kathy Connolly


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