Sustainable Urban Agriculture and Sustainable Urban Horticulture Certificates from University of Guelph (Canada)
Don’t miss the early bird registration deadline – August 10, 2012 — Classes held September 10 to November 30, 2012
Human Well-Being and the Urban Garden Environment explores the role that gardens and green spaces have in urban life. Develop plans and select landscape features and plants that promote human well-being,
Convert degraded urban greenspace into ecologically functional areas. Naturalizing and Restoring Urban Gardens discusses the theory, practice and ecological principles, to plan and restore heritage and naturalized areas.
Also available this fall: Theory and Principles of Sustainable Urban Agriculture and Horticulture – identify the potentials and constraints for urban gardens; AND Sustainable Urban Crop Production – techniques and practices to grow productive urban crops.
Register by August 10, 2012 to receive the Early Bird Tuition Fee of $595 per course.