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    HLA professors help select design for Stanley Hotel hedge maze

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    Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture Kelly Curl was among the judges who reviewed over 300 entries for a hedge maze to be built at the Stanley Hotel and modeled after the film The Shining.

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    Winter 2015 issue of land • mark

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    Check out the Winter 2015 issue of land • mark, CSU’s Landscape Architecture e-magazine. Inside, you will find photos and news of the faculty, students and events that continue to shape our program, stories about CSU’s alumni and topical articles related to this issue’s theme, Shift.

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    New Horticulture Facility and Greenhouses Coming Summer 2015

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    With the relocation of the greenhouses at the W.D. Holley Plant Environmental Research Center this summer, Colorado State University will construct a state-of-the-art center for horticulture education and research adjacent to a popular community garden and federal research center. The new center will expand opportunities for joint research and programming while improving the learning environment for CSU students.

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    CSU partners with Plant Select

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    Among the many industry partnerships that help support CSU research is the Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture’s relationship with Plant Select, the country’s leading source of plants designed to thrive in High Plains and Intermountain regions.

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    CSU-Broncos Partner to Create Sports Management Institute

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    Read about a new CSU-Denver Broncos partnership that has lead to the new Sports Management Institute. Classes from the College of Agricultural Sciences – including HORT 341 – Turfgrass Management – are among those offered.

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About Us

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Through hands-on experiential learning in each of our three majors, Environmental Horticulture, Horticulture, and Landscape Architecture, we encourage human engagement with the landscape and demonstrate our focus to solve problems for people, agriculture, and the environment through scholarship and creativity fostered by teamwork and individual diversity.

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