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    USU Student Presents Turfgrass Research on Capitol Hill

    USU Student Presents Turfgrass Research on Capitol Hill

    USU student Shawn Foster presents research on Capitol Hill in Utah in January 2016. His poster, titled 'Water Use of Kentucky Bluegrass Varieties' evaluates bluegrass varieties to find more water-efficient varieties that may result in less irrigation, yet maintain quality and function of the turf.

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    CWEL Presents at 2016 Utah Nursery and Landscape Association Conference

    CWEL Presents at 2016 Utah Nursery and Landscape Association Conference

    CWEL presents multiple talks at the 2016 Utah Green Industry Conference in Sandy, Utah. Talks included 'Weeds in the New Low-water Landscape' with Larry Rupp, 'Combinations for Conservation' with Adrea Wheaton, Larry Rupp and Bill Varga, and 'Landscape Water Demand Standard' with Roger Kjelgren.

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    EPA WaterSense/AWE Partnership Webinar - Consumers Attitudes Toward Water Efficient Landscapes

    EPA WaterSense/AWE Partnership Webinar - Consumers Attitudes Toward Water Efficient Landscapes

    What motivates homeowners to adopt water-efficient landscape designs and irrigation practices? What obstacles must irrigation professionals and water providers overcome to move the needle towards more water-efficient choices?

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    QWEL Training

    QWEL Training

    CWEL faculty Larry Rupp and Kelly Kopp were among the instructors of a Qualified Water Efficient Landscapers (QWEL) course taught to a record number of attendees at the Conservation Garden Park. QWEL is an EPA WaterSense recognized training program for landscape professionals.

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    CWEL Presents at AWWA Intermountain Section

    CWEL Presents at AWWA Intermountain Section

    Drought and climate change make managing landscape water a major policy and prorgram management challenge for water agencies. At this years' American Water Works Association's Intermountain Section Conference Dr. Roger Kjelgren and Diana T. Glenn of the Center for Water Efficient Landscaping both presented their most recent research.

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