University of Guelph offers online courses in Sustainable Urban Agriculture and Horticulture
The University of Guelph offers online courses in Sustainable Urban Agriculture and Horticulture. Six courses are offered this Fall starting on September 10, 2012 including:
- Naturalizing and Restoring Urban Gardens covers practice and theory to convert degraded urban greenspace into ecologically functional areas using native plant species and ecological principles. Students will learn the processes involved in planning and restoring naturalized areas, design, site planning and soil preparation, plant selection and maintenance.
Individual courses can be taken for general interest or work towards one or both certificates. Program and course descriptions are available on the website www.UrbanHort.ca or contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 519-767-5000.Explore posts in the same categories: Uncategorized