President – Paul Furnas
Vice President – David McKinney (fall)
– Jackson Burkholder (spring)
Treasurer – Arianna Feist
Greenhouse Managers Summer – Paul Furnas (Head), Arianna Feist, David McKinney
Greenhouse Managers Fall/Spring – Arianna Feist (Head), Stephanie Carter, Lincoln Thomas
Historian/Social Media – Kate Border and Brianna Bade
Faculty Adviser – Jim Klett
The CSU Horticulture Club is one of the oldest university clubs, dating back to the 1920’s. The Horticulture Club has a wide range of exciting and fun activities for those who are passionate and interested in plants and horticulture.
Meetings held Thursdays at 5:00 pm, email officers for more information.
Pi Alpha Xi, Chi Chapter is our local chapter of the national honor society for floriculture, landscape horticulture, and ornamental horticulture.
Student Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (SCASLA)
President – Lauren Riordan
Vice President – Jessica Ricalde
Treasurer – Ian Swalling
Secretary – Elena Murphy
Graphic Designer – Thomas Hickey
The purpose and mission of SCASLA is to enhance the educational experience of undergraduate landscape architecture students by promoting awareness of the profession through leadership opportunities, education, service, and professional interaction.
Visit the SCASLA website to learn more.
SOLDAC is a student organization designed to encourage involvement in the Environmental Horticulture industry for those who are interested. All students within the Horticulture and Landscape Architecture department are encouraged to participate.
Meetings are held Tuesdays at 5:00 pm, email officers for more information.
The Colorado State University Turfgrass Management Club strives to expand and promote its members skills in culture practices, leadership and teamwork.
Our goal is to help all Turfgrass majors gain industry knowledge while providing an environment to grow professionally.
The Vines to Wines Club has been created to provide community for students interested in viticulture and enology and wine in general; To create opportunities for education related to wine and viticulture To provide interactions between students, community, vineyards, wineries, and industry professionals; And to promote responsible alcohol consumption in all aspects.