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    Dr. Joanna Endter-Wada Receives AWRA award

    Dr. Joanna Endter-Wada Receives AWRA award

    Dr. Joanna Endter-Wada received the 2018 Award for Outstanding Service in the Academic Sector from the American Water Resources Association Utah Section. The award was presented at the section’s 46th Annual Water Resources Conference, which was held in Salt Lake City at the S.J. Quinney School of Law, University of Utah on May 16, 2018.

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    Paige Boyle Earns Presidential Doctoral Research Fellowship

    Paige Boyle Earns Presidential Doctoral Research Fellowship

    Ms. Paige Boyle, recently admitted to USU as a Center for Water Efficient Landscaping Fellow, has also earned a Presidential Doctoral Research Fellowship from the university.

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    Upcoming Qualified Water Efficient Landscaper Training

    Upcoming Qualified Water Efficient Landscaper Training

    March 14-16th at Jordan Valley Conservation Garden Park Through the Qualified Water-Efficient Landscaper (QWEL) Program, local landscape professionals learn how to become water efficient in landscape design, maintenance, and operation, to make a positive impact in reducing landscape water demand.

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    CWEL Presents at Utah Green Conference

    CWEL Presents at Utah Green Conference

    The Utah Nursery and Landscape Association (UNLA) Green Conference is an annual gathering of green industry professionals with talks covering a variety of topics related to landscapes, irrigation, design, nursery and greenhouse management, turfgrass and arboriculture. CWEL presented multiple talks at the 2018 Utah Green Industry Conference in Sandy, Utah in January.

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    Native Plants Journal

    Native Plants Journal

    Horticulturist Dr. Larry Rupp is always on the lookout for promising plants for the low-water landscape. The latest four covers of Native Plants Journal showcase pictures of plants from his travels and attention to plants in their native habitats. As the associate editor, he also penned an essay on the difference between ‘looking for’ and ‘seeing’ plants.

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