Student Horticulture Association
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Make sure to join us every Wednesday at 6:30 PM EST in B109 PSSB!
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The Student Horticulture Association (SHA) is a 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. SHA was established in 1901 to promote our industry passions through social events, professional networking, and advancing our education through hands on activities and experience. Michigan State Spartans have set high standards in our industry that creates a competitive craft. Any MSU students interested in horticulture may become a member upon payment of dues ($10 per semester). 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 with our community.
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Published on October 3, 2022
Horticulture senior Emma Brinks found community in the Student Horticulture Association. Her long-term goal is to own a nursery of her own that focuses on native plants and natural ecosystems.
Published on March 24, 2022
An MSU student team placed sixth at the National Association of Landscape Professional's National Collegiate Landscape Competition in North Carolina in March 2022.
Drew Jepson chose an IAT certificate program because it allows him to get working in his field quickly
Published on January 10, 2022
IAT student loves the landscaping field and likes how this program is so plant-based and hands on as part of the horticulture discipline.
Published on December 1, 2021
As a senior in the Horticulture B.S. program, Joy plans to continue to develop these connections by studying plant breeding after she graduates
Published on November 3, 2021
The best part of being a horticulture major is having class in the teaching greenhouses!
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