HT FAQS

…skill development, creative expression, sensory stimulation, intellectual and personal growth, social interaction, a sense of productivity and self-satisfaction and a spiritual connection with life. Therapeutic horticulture is low-cost, effective, and…

Charles Fuller Baker

…continued collections on a large scale will be made after i leave here. I also have a lot of fine Australian material constantly coming in. Moreover, I have taken the…

Saving Cochrane Property

…they ever decided to sell. After Mrs. Cochrane’s death in 2015, we pursued land purchase in earnest. The 13-acre parcel was purchased from the Shirley G. Cochrane Trust and directly…

Up Now: Sculpture in the Garden

…$5), and all ages are welcome. Most sculptures are available for purchase, and a portion of proceeds benefits the North Carolina Botanical Garden. As Sculpture in the Garden is entirely…

Joseph Austin Holmes

…as possible in place of the old style text book system of instruction.” He explained: “Seeing and examining an object gives a student a further understanding of it than does

Frederick William Anderson

…fourteen octavo pages on the pastoral resources of Montana by Mr. Anderson. It does not pretend to be a complete list of forage plants in Montana, but it does describe…

Anne Cabell, CCCG beekeeper

…Health, moved her hives to the CCCG and officially began volunteering as the CCCG’s beekeeper. As the beekeeper, not only does Cabell tend to the bees year round, she also…