Michigan Horticultural Therapy Association invites you to attend

  MHTA 40th ANNUAL CONFERENCE

1978 to 2018 


 Friday, March 8, 2019    

The conference will be held at the Plant & Soil Sciences Building at Michigan State University in conjunction with Agriculture and Natural Resources Week. 


 Michigan Horticultural Therapy Association (MHTA)     

January 2, 2019  [For Immediate Release]                                                                                       

East Lansing - The Michigan Horticultural Therapy Association (MHTA) will hold its 40th annual conference "Horticultural Therapy: Connecting People & Plantson Friday, March 8, 2019 from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. at Michigan State University. The conference will be held at the Plant & Soil Sciences Building in conjunction with Agriculture and Natural Resources Week. 

This event includes informative breakout sessions and a hands-on horticultural therapy activity of creating a unique floral arrangement. Join us to experience the benefits of horticulture as therapy, view educational displays, visit the book sale/ vendors and networking. This event is beneficial to anyone interested in learning how the people-plant interaction brings therapeutic change and improves well-being.  

Early Registration fee is $65 for MHTA members/$85 for non-members (postmarked by February 22).  Regular registration is $75 for MHTA members/$95 for non-members. $40 for full time students.  Annual MHTA membership is $20. Registration fee includes lunch (vegetarian option available).  A block of hotel rooms has been reserved, details on the website.

For additional information, visit the website at www.michiganhta.org or contact Cathy Flinton, HTR at 517-332-1616 x16238 or .

Visit the MHTA Facebook page at Michigan Horticultural Therapy Association (MHTA) for additional information on this event.


CLICK LINK =>  Conference Brochure with Mail-in Registration Form 


More Information and Details Coming Soon!

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