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Women in Hort Events



Women In

Horticulture EVENTS

Providing a place to connect with other professionals and cultivate mentorship relations. We aim to connect mentors with mentees and encourage co-mentoring. 

We strive to provide a variety of networking events for Women in Horticulture in the Delaware Valley. Our aim is to rotate the location and style of events; from round tables, to garden tours, to networking events. By changing venues, and formats our goal is to ensure that all advocates of Women in Horticulture find a comfortable and convenient place to expand their connections.

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We hope to give back to our community, as Women in Horticulture grows, by volunteering with our colleagues to support local horticulture organizations.



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Sunday, December 11th, 2022

Join us at Haverford College for a collaborative plant identification workshop where we will learn, practice, and discuss how to identify evergreen and deciduous trees through their winter characteristics.

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Wednesday, January 4, 2023

Attending Penn State Extension's Green Industry Conference this year? Spend some time getting to know your peers at the Women in Horticulture Networking Lunch or pay us a visit at our vendor table to learn more about WinH. 

Providing a platform for meaningful discussions about women's perspectives in horticulture and its industry is a goal at each event. Workshops focus on horticulture and professional development to help attendees round out their skillsets.

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Saturday, January 21, 2023

Our Seed Swap is a welcome gathering in the cold winter months to connect, share knowledge and seeds, and look forward to another season in the garden. Stay tuned for more details. 

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Saturday, March 25th, 2023

Put your horticultural skills and knowledge to great use by volunteering with us at Wyck Historic House and Garden. Join Wyck horticulturist Emily Conn as we prepare the garden site and wonderful rose garden for the incoming spring season.

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