We focus on the interaction of plants, soils and the use of land for the mutual benefit of people and sustainable environments. Our students acquire knowledge leading to successful careers through hands-on learning and internships.
Saturday, July 25, 1-3pm
CT State Museum of Natural History, UConn Storrs Campus
Explore the world of insects both indoors and out with Pamm Cooper and Joan Allen from the UConn Home & Garden Education Center. Live specimens of various insects including walking sticks will be on hand to greet you and give you an up close look at some of the most fascinating animals that share our fields, gardens and trees. Weather permitting, we will spend time outside searching for and identifying insects. This event is part of the first annual UConn Bug Week and will be of interest to people of all ages. Check out this and other events, and learn more about some of Connecticut’s tiny inhabitants on the official Bug Week website: www.bugs.uconn.edu. Questions? Email email@example.com for more information.
Wednesday, July 29, 2015
Hamden Middle School
2623 Dixwell Ave, Hamden, CT 06518
Submit registration form and $25 (check payable to the University of Connecticut) to:
562 New London Turnpike
Norwich, CT 06360
Attn: Vickie Wallace
Questions? Contact: Victoria.Wallace@UConn.edu or call the New London County Extension Center at: 860-885-2826 or 860-887-1608.
Wednesday, September 23, 2015
School IPM Workshop
UConn Research and Education Facilities, Storrs, CT
Program information will be available soon.
Plant Growth Facilities Manager Nick Pettit
Dr. Ana Legrand
Congratulations Dr. Huanzhong Wang!