The Michigan Horticultural Therapy Association’s 41st annual conference explores the benefits of working with plants for therapy patients, along with live informational sessions, educational displays, a hands-on therapy activity and a presentation by Levi Gardner, the founder of Grand Rapids community farming organization Urban Roots. The conference is open to anyone interested in the benefits of horticulture in a therapeutic setting.
8:30am-4:30pm | Friday, March 6
Michigan State University, Plant and Soil Science Building,
1066 Bogue St., East Lansing.