Student Horticulture Association
The Student Horticulture Association (SHA) is a group of MSU students who are in some way or another interested in Horticulture. Whether it's digging in the dirt, designing landscapes, building businesses, growing greenhouse crops, producing fruits and vegetables, climbing trees, appreciating flowers, trees & shrubs, or satisfying plain curiosity. We share this common interest and come together once a week to learn, and to build a network of friends and colleagues. SHA exists (established in 1901) to promote the profession and love of horticulture through good fellowship and by furthering interest in the field with horticultural activities, competitions, social events, and professional networking opportunities. Any student interested in horticulture may become a member upon payment of dues ($20). Meetings will be held on Wednesdays at 6pm in B109 in the Plant and Soil Sciences Building, unless otherwise noted.
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 development of contacts within all areas of horticulture.
Links and Additional Info
February Elections for Next Year's Officers: Nominations continue. Elections on February 26th
Spring Break: March 2nd-6th. No Meeting.
SHA Social Event: Bowling on March 11th
Lansing Home and Garden Show: March 11th-15th
NALP NCLC: March 17th-21st at MSU
SPRING SHOW: April 18th-19th at PSSB.
Final SHA Meeting: April 22nd at 6PM in B109 PSSB
If you have any questions, please email email@example.com or contact the SHA officers.
If you are interested in joining our growing team, please contact our grower, Caleb: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you'd like to be on our email list serve, please contact our secretary, Elise: email@example.com