Category : Development - Sustainability
Subcategory : Horticulture - Gardening
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1. American Society for Horticultural Science (ASHS) :
  Founded in 1903, the American Society for Horticultural Science (ASHS) is the largest, most visible organization dedicated to advancing all facets of horticultural research, education, and application. Nearly 4000 strong, ASHS members (researchers, faculty and other educational personnel, extension agents, Federal and state experiment station representatives, growers and distributors of horticultural products, and personnel in related industries) continue to make significant advances in these areas. ASHS is well positioned to lead the rapid evolution of horticultural science into the new century.
2. International Society for Horticultural Science :
  The ISHS was formally established in 1959, and is now the leading worldwide organization of Horticultural Scientists with contacts all over the world. The aim of the ISHS is to promote and to encourage research in all branches of Horticulture and to facilitate the cooperation of scientific activities and knowledge transfer on a global scale by means of its publications, events and scientific structure.
3. Biodynamic Farming and Gardening Association :
  The Biodynamic Farming and Gardening Association (BDA), a non-profit organization open to the public, was formed in the U.S. in 1938 in order to foster, guide, and safeguard the Biodynamic method of agriculture
4. Sustainable Horticulture Website at the University of New Hampshire :
  This site describes research and education on sustainable horticulture.
5. Chris Madden Cartoons :
  This is the Cartoons website of Chris Madden on the following subjects: outerspace, environment, gardening, science, art, the meaning of life, and more.
6. Greenhouse Gardener's Companion :
  A web site based on the most comprehensive book ever written on HOME GREENHOUSE GARDENING
7. Put the Green back in the Greenhouse :
  This website Put the Green back in the Greenhouse is about the economical, ecological alternative for 4-season gardening.
8. Cornell University - Department of Horticulture :
  The Department of Horticulture serves professionals, students and citizens of New York State, the nation, and the world, by generating and extending knowledge about fruits, vegetables and landscape plants, for the purpose of sustaining the environment, enhancing economic vitality, and improving the quality of life of individuals and their communities.
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