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1. What is the status of therapeutic gardening, or horticultural therapy, in America today? How many such gar dens, if any, does your state include?

What is their history, their size, arid their enrollment? When and how was the first therapeutic garden started in the United States? What services does it give today?

2. How does one become a horticultural therapist? What schools give degrees in this field? What subjects do their degree programs include? How many students do these programs presently enroll? Where or how are their recent graduates employed?

3. What is the history of the American Horticultural Therapy Association (AHTA)? What services does this organization provide?

4. Does your school have a garden? If so, how does it operate and who cares for it?

5. The gardeners in Seedfolks seemed to succeed in growing plants without the use of chemicals. This is known as "organic gardening." What challenges must the organic...

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