Student Horticulture Association
WELCOME BACK SPARTANS,
Make sure to join us every Wednesday at 6:30 PM EST on Campus!
We can't wait to meet our fellow Spartans! Please email email@example.com for any questions.
The Student Horticulture Association (SHA) is a strong group of MSU students who are deeply passionate in Plant Science and Horticulture. Whether it's research, landscape design, greenhouse management, crop cultivation or floriculture, our association creates a network to connect Spartans during their education & beyond. S.H.A was established in 1901 to promote our industry passions through social events, professional networking and enjoying our beautiful state of Michigan. Michigan State Spartans have set high standards in our industry that creates a competitive craft. Any students interested in horticulture may become a member upon payment of dues ($10). Meetings will be held Wednesdays at 6:30PM on Michigan State University's campus.
The purpose of this organization shall be to promote the profession of horticulture, good fellowship to further the interests of horticultural activities, including community service, presentation of current developments in horticulture, and connecting Spartans into our community.
Links and Additional Info
FOLLOW US ON:
CANR Colloquium starts Tuesday, August 31st from 9AM-12PM located in Anthony Hall
Welcome Back BBQ Wednesday, September 8th, contact our email to RVSP
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the SHA officers.
If you are interested in joining our growing team, please contact our grower, Emma Brinks : email@example.com
If you'd like to be on our email list server, please contact our secretary, Anna Baker : firstname.lastname@example.org
Published on July 15, 2021
Kenneth Matthews is a senior in Horticulture where he pursues his passion for plants.
Published on June 7, 2021
As a senior in Horticulture, Chloe Grabb is passionate about education and research.
Published on April 2, 2021
Student hopes to become a dahlia breeder to help improve the specialty cut flower industry.
Published on March 29, 2021
Check out the headway being made preparing for SHA's Spring Show!
Published on October 14, 2020
B.S. student, Daniel Dick, says his degree in Horticulture will provide a great backbone for a career that is both satisfying and rewarding.
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