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  • Native Plant Horticulture and Design — New England Wild Flower Society
    is intended for students working in the professional arena or for those wishing to pursue further course work in horticulture and design To enter the Advanced Certificate Program students must either first complete the Basic Certificate or have enough experience to qualify them for a Basic Certificate The Advanced Certificate also requires the completion of two professional design workshops and a Native Plant Community Service Leadership Project Basic Curriculum Nine Core Courses all required Click here to see a list of our current core courses Residential Landscape Design Horticultural Techniques Understanding and Managing Soils Plant Form and Function or Introduction to Botany Wildflowers of New England Native Herbaceous Plant Materials Early Season Native Herbaceous Plant Materials Late Season Native New England Shrubs Native Woody Plant Materials Four Elective Classes Elective classes change each term Click here to see a list of our current elective classes Four Horticulture and Design Field Studies Horticulture and Design Field Studies change each term Click here to see a list of our current field studies Fifteen Hours of Native Plant Community Service Students may volunteer with the Society or with a native plant or plant conservation oriented organization Advanced Curriculum Four Core Courses all required Click here to see a list of our current core courses Landscape for Life Native Plants for Professionals New England Plant Communities Invasive Plants Identification Documentation and Control Four Elective Classes Elective classes change each term Click here to see a list of our current elective classes Three Horticulture and Design Field Studies Field studies change each term Click here to see a list of our current field studies Two Design Workshops Workshops change each term Click here to see a list of our current workshops Twenty five Hours of Community Service Students must apply their newly learned skills in

    Original URL path: http://backstage.newenglandwild.org/learn/certificate/hort-and-design.html (2016-05-01)
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  • Program Graduates — New England Wild Flower Society
    well as to work in landscape design management and planning We hope that certificate students will continue to advance widespread and responsible use of native plants Where are our certificate program graduates now Deb Lievens earned her Advanced Certificate in Field Botany in 2002 She parlayed her studies and commitment into serving on the Conservation Commission of Londonderry New Hampshire her hometown and on the NH Invasive Species Committee I have been able to take the work I did for the Certificate and convert it to a lifestyle that includes vocational and avocational work with plants Bruce Patterson received his Advanced Certificate in Field Botany in 2006 As part of his final project he discovered and studied the most inland site of the endangered Sabatia kennedyana in Massachusetts and developed a management plan including invasive species removal Bruce continues to work with endangered plants as a PCV volunteer in Massachusetts and Maine The Certificate Program at the Society provided me a useful framework and the needed encouragement for pursuing interest in native plants and conservation The exposure to native plants through a wide range of courses field studies experts and enthusiasts was invaluable and personally rewarding Bridget McManus earned her

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  • Enroll Now — New England Wild Flower Society
    a Program Speakers Bureau Document Actions Enroll Now To enroll in our certificate programs in Native Plant Studies please complete and return the registration form in the certificate programs brochure by mail and include the one time program registration fee of 30 Make checks payable to New England Wild Flower Society You may also register over the phone and pay by credit card Visa and MasterCard accepted by contacting the

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  • Buy Native Plants — New England Wild Flower Society
    Order in Advance Make sure your garden dreams come true take advantage of New England Wild Flower Society s advance ordering programs Anticipated Plant Availability List For Garden in the Woods and Nasami Farm pdf download New England Native Plant Collections Choose from seven groupings of eight plants each designed to fill a specific garden niche New England Native Plant CSA Purchase a share of our Edible Natives or Woodland

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  • Pollinator Plant List — New England Wild Flower Society
    Pollinator Plant List Site Map Buy Native Plants Ecoregions of New England Pollinators Pollinator Plant List Pollinator Plants by Month Document Actions Pollinator Plant List Our staff has created a list of native plants that will provide food and shelter for pollinators such as bees and butterflies Many of these plants are for sale in our garden shops Stop by last modified June 18 2014 Related content pdf native plants

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  • Pollinator Plants by Month — New England Wild Flower Society
    Grow Pollinators Pollinator Plants by Month Site Map Buy Native Plants Ecoregions of New England Pollinators Pollinator Plant List Pollinator Plants by Month Document Actions Pollinator Plants by Month A selection of pollinator plants providing 11 months of bloom for bees The plants on this chart created by Dr Tristram Seidler can ensure a steady flow of pollen for bees for 11 months of the year last modified June 09

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  • Background — New England Wild Flower Society
    Home Master Plan Background Site Map Background Articles and Presentations Document Actions Background Up one level Society Hires Andropogon New England Wild Flower Society has selected Andropogon Associates of Philadelphia to develop a comprehensive master plan for Garden in the Woods Read More Announcing the Master Plan PDF Planning for Change at Garden in the Woods article by Debbi Edelstein from the Winter 2012 New England Wild magazine Read More

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  • Articles and Presentations — New England Wild Flower Society
    and Presentations Site Map Background Articles and Presentations Document Actions Articles and Presentations Up one level Master Plan Completed PDF As Nature Intended A True New England Garden article by Debbi Edelstein announcing the completion of the master plan from the Winter 2013 New England Wild Magazine Read More Master Plan Public Unveiling video Public unveiling of the master plan for Garden in the Woods on October 24 2013 in

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