BO4137: Horticulture Research and Grant Writing - 1 credit
This course will review how to pursue and participate in horticultural research and how techniques learned throughout this program can be applied in research studies. Grant writing basics will also be taught with a focus on how to apply for grant funding for horticulture research or permaculture projects.
Course Dates: 2/15/2014 - 3/1/2014
|Saturday||9:00:00 AM||3:20:00 PM||280|
Instructor: Heidi Bohan
BO9115: Herbs and Ayurvedic Medicine - 2 credits
This course engages the student in a "process-centered" approach to Ayurvedic botanical medicine, focusing on therapeutic objectives and herbal actions. The class discusses case strategy and the role of individual Ayurvedic herbs, Ayurvedic polyherb formulas and herb actions from the Ayurvedic perspective. Each section of materia medica includes an Ayurvedic overview of the system/function, Ayurvedic energetics, A and P review, Ayurvedic pathology and herbal properties used in treatment of that system.
Course Dates: 1/24/2014 - 2/22/2014
|Friday||6:00:00 PM||8:50:00 PM||76|
|Saturday||8:00:00 AM||4:50:00 PM||76|
Instructor: Karta Khalsa, BA
BO9405: Introduction to Gemmotherapy - 2 credits
This course unfolds the principles of gemmotherapy as a phytotherapeutic method of drainage. Included are the preparation, posology and safety issues when using these plant stem cell therapies, as well as the phytochemical analysis of the gemmos. An overview of the 50 primary remedies gives details about each remedy through organ system affinity. Clinical applications are included each week through case study analysis.
Course Dates: 2/22/2014 - 3/2/2014
|Saturday||9:00:00 AM||3:50:00 PM||55|
|Sunday||9:00:00 AM||3:50:00 PM||55|
Instructor: Robin DiPasquale, ND