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Faryn-Beth Hart, Harticulture’s founder and horticultural therapist, has a certificate in horticultural therapy from the Horticultural Therapy Institute and is currently working on her professional registration through the American Horticulture Therapy Association.

Faryn-Beth Hart was born in London, UK and grew up in Johannesburg, South Africa. Since living in the United States she has engaged in social and environmental justice efforts committing to educate about the importance of stewardship and sustainability.

Faryn has worked as an environmental educator at numerous summer camp farms including Eden Village in the Hudson Valley; is a Lead Youth Mentor with Wilderness Torah facilitating innovative and embodied Jewish education in nature; has run a Waldorf-inspired eco-immersive summer camp in Berkeley, CA; and is currently facilitating a horticultural therapy program at an Eating Disorder Treatment Center in the Greater Bay Area. Faryn works with inmates tending gardens at San Quentin Prison and is the Garden Specialist at the Homeless Prenatal Program in San Francisco.

Journalist, Isabelle Boucq, interviewed Faryn for her french blog about horticultural therapy in France and internationally.*
*Article is written in French and may require translation

To contact Faryn please email faryn [at] harticulture [dot] com