The course has given me a larger vision: the ability to stand back and assess those practical aspects of drainage, soil structure, irrigation needs, compaction concerns, site features and utilization, plant health and landscape protection. These practical aspects must continuously be related to the ever-present consideration of nature's need to strive towards a more balanced approach.Working with nature has more meaning for me, and, I hope, for those students with whom I interact.
Laurie Hardy, College Instructor
 

Instructors

1 Amanda Jarrett
2 Bernice Kadatz
3 Cat Shepherd
4 Catherine Dale
5 Christina Nikolic
6 Claudia Bolli
7 Colin Eaton
8 Connie Kuramoto
9 Gail Szostek
10 Heide Hermary
11 Javan Bernakevitch
12 Jennifer Ryan
13 Jodi Peters
14 Katherina Loschberger
15 Kathleen Millar
16 Lisa Atkins
17 Maria Polders
18 Meg Loop
19 Michael Hunter
20 Molly Abbot
21 Pamela Pack
22 Tamara Schwartzentruber