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Thrive is launching a Community of Practice this month – and it’s free to join.

It’s a great opportunity to engage with other practitioners and assisted professionals, have your say and help shape the future of Social and Therapeutic Horticulture (STH).

The aim is to offer community members the chance to advance their practice in the field of STH and associated nature-based approaches to health and wellbeing.

Currently there is a range of different pre-recorded presentations for members to engage in at their own pace complimented by forums enabling practitioners to discuss and further develop their ideas in relation to the subject matter.

We are also offering the opportunity for members to engage in our ‘Principles of STH’. We hope through engaging with the forum at the end of the course we as practitioners can also begin to develop a shared voice and language.

At the moment, it is free to join and we hope it will develop over time to become a fantastic resource for practitioners.

If you would like to join please sign-up on our Thrive Learn website here.

If you already have an account, just sign-in.

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