Green Chimneys to Host Symposia on Horticultural Therapy and Human-Animal Interaction Research


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September 9, 2015

One of the core purposes of The Sam and Myra Ross Institute at Green Chimneys is to host meetings to explore and disseminate scientific, scholarly and practical information among professionals studying or working in humane education, nature-based programs and medical and mental health fields.

Next month The Insitute will host two meetings at the Leir Conference Center in Ridgefield, CT. These events are free; advance registration is required. See links below for details.


Tuesday, October 6
A Natural Connection:
The Potential for Horticultural Therapy Collaborations
More info >


Wednesday, October 28
Research, Training and Clinical Work in Human-Animal Interaction:
Putting the Pieces Together
More info >

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