A recent gift from the West Virginia Nursery and Landscape Association will help ensure West Virginia University’s new greenhouse continues to grow.
Led by an alumna of WVU’s landscape architecture program, the association recently pledged $50,000 to finish an interior conference room inside the new facility.
“The West Virginia Nursery and Landscape Association has always had a relationship with WVU,” said WVNLA Executive Director Beth Loflin. “When the greenhouse opportunity presented itself, it seemed logical for our association to continue with this long-lasting bond.”
Rudolph P. Almasy, interim dean of the WVU Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design, said it’s wonderful that the association continues to be interested in supporting the College’s students and faculty.
“The generosity and concern of this organization will help make great things happen in the university’s new greenhouse,” he added.
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