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Adapted and Recreational Gardening

Program(s) Available: Minor

This is an interdisciplinary minor in conjunction with the School of Health Science and Wellness and the School of Agriculture.

Employers are seeking employees who are able to care for community gardens, courtyards, and sensory garden spaces.  Many of these are located in Assisted Living, Long Term Care, Community Gardens, Residential Treatment Centers, etc.  

Why Study Adapted and Recreational Gardening at Northwest

This interdisciplinary minor is designed to increase student skills and knowledge of inclusive recreational gardening through the provision of profession-based learning opportunities.  This minor is most beneficial to students pursuing careers that include human service, gerontology, parks and recreation, disabilities, and horticulture.

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