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    CWEL Masters student Ji Jhong Chen nominated for prestigious award

    CWEL Masters student Ji Jhong Chen nominated for prestigious award

    Congratulations to PSC and CWEL Masters student Ji Jhong Chen for being selected as one of the ten 2021 American Society of Horticultural Science Outstanding Graduate Students and finalist for the Robins Award, Masters Student Researcher of the Year!

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    Native plants for the Intermountain West

    Native plants for the Intermountain West

    WERA-1013 is an officially recognized Western Education/Extension and Research Activity designed to enhance the introduction and evaluation of native plants and to provide education concerning their use and propagation.

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    Xero to Hero: Resource-positive landscapes that give more than they take

    Xero to Hero: Resource-positive landscapes that give more than they take

    CWEL’s Kelly Kopp took part in a question-and-answer session held as part of USU Research Landscapes on March 2, 2021.

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    Native Bigtooth maples make great addition to Logan City’s Denzil Stewart Nature Park

    Native Bigtooth maples make great addition to Logan City’s Denzil Stewart Nature Park

    The Center for Water Efficient Landscaping donated twelve Bigtooth maples that were planted at the Denzil Stewart Nature Park on Saturday, October 30th, 2020.

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    Wild About Utah: Native Grasses

    Wild About Utah: Native Grasses

    CWEL Director Kelly Kopp discusses the use of water-wise ornamental grasses for wildlife habitat on National Public Radio's Wild About Utah program. An audio recording is also available.

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