The Plant Science Experiences Club gives students interested in plants an opportunity to collaborate and participate in activities such as field trips and plant propagation, as well as listen to and meet guest speakers.
Members founded the club to promote the development and advancement of students in plant-science careers, as well as affiliate with state green industry organizations related to horticulture and landscape management.
Plants do so much for our indoor environment including reducing stress, boosting mood, improving air quality, and boosting concentration. This makes plants something everyone should own.
The club meets on the first Tuesday of the month during dead hour in Oakley Hall, room 137.
Membership is $15.
All students are welcome to take part in learning and caring for the plants.
For more information, contact President Justin Caldwell firstname.lastname@example.org or the faculty adviser Dr. Airhart at email@example.com.