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MSU invites students to horticulture program
MISSISSIPPI STATE -- High school students from across Mississippi can learn about horticulture and landscape architecture during a three-day summer program at Mississippi State University.
Students currently enrolled in grades 10 through 12 are eligible to attend the program June 12-14. The summer seminar in horticulture and landscape is co-hosted by MSU’s Department of Plant and Soil Sciences and Department of Landscape Architecture, and it is sponsored by the Garden Clubs of Mississippi.
Students will take part in hands-on learning programs on a variety of horticulture and landscape topics including plant identification, interiorscaping, soils, home gardening, turf management, floral design and landscape architecture. Faculty from the ornamental horticulture, floriculture, landscape architecture and sports turf management departments will teach the concentrated sessions.
The cost to attend the seminar is $100 per student, which covers rooms, meals and course materials.
Applications will be accepted until June 1. For an application or more information, contact Debbie Whitfield at (662) 325-3012 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.