Jacob Gardner, University of Connecticut (Gift in memory of Ludwig Hoffman) Jacob Gardner is a senior majoring in Horticulture at UConn. He plans to earn his graduate and doctoral degrees in Horticulture with a focus on plant breeding. While in college, Jacob has gained a breadth of hands-on experience working in various capacities at UConn […]
“Gratitude is the heart’s way of celebrating kindness.” May 31, 2017 Dear Connecticut Horticulture Society: Thank you for the Connecticut Horticulture Society Scholarship that was awarded to me. It was so nice to be recognized for my academic achievement within the NVCC Horticulture Department. This scholarship means so much to my wife and I as […]
Each year, the Connecticut Horticultural Society (CHS) identifies a resident who has significantly impacted the art of gardening or who has made an extraordinary contribution to horticulture in Connecticut to be publicly recognized and presented with the Mehlquist Award. The award is named for its first recipient, Dr. Gustav Mehlquist, a longtime professor in the […]
From the day she joined CHS in 2000, Nancy Brennick hit the ground running. She got involved in activities, volunteered for committees and eventually joined the Board of Directors. She was elected to and served as Vice President from 2010-12. In 2012, Nancy charged into the role of President with new ideas and enthusiasm. She […]
For more than 25 years CHS has acknowledging the accomplishments of CT Horticulturists with this special award. This award is given to a Connecticut plantsman or woman who has had an impact on the art of gardening or has made an extraordinary contribution to the world of horticulture.
At the heart of our organization, one that has thrived for nearly 130 years, is a vital volunteer core. Indeed, most of the Society’s work is accomplished at the hands of its volunteers….