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Spruce up your yard and garden this spring with plants grown and cared for by College of Western Idaho Horticulture Technology students.
College of Western Idaho’s Landscape Maintenance Irrigation class has been hard at work this semester gaining irrigation design, renovation, and installation skills assisting with projects right here in our community.
Ten Career Technical Education students, nominated by their instructors, selected to receive $1,000 scholarships.
Although this year’s plant sale is canceled, there are still ways to support CWI’s Horticulture program throughout the community.
Farm to Fork, a five-course dinner hosted by CWI agriculture faculty and students, is only a week away!
Spruce up your yard this spring by visiting the College's eighth annual Native Plant Sale April 20.
Horticulture students help to maintain the College’s Native Plant Garden.
Horticulture to hold an early season plant sale during annual Connections Project event.
College of Western Idaho to host its annual Program and Career Expo (PACE) on April 13.
Dan Schults is hosting a vegetable gardening class at Idaho Botanical Garden on Jan. 30.
The College of Western Idaho Horticulture and Life Science Programs would like to invite you to the sixth annual CWI Native Plant Sale on Saturday, April 15, from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the east entrance of the Nampa Campus Academic Building.
Visit the CWI Native Plant Garden...
The program welcomed 20 employers to campus on Feb. 10 to meet with students about internships and employment opportunities.
Dan Schults (Horticulture Technology) has been selected as the September Faculty of Distinction. Dan was nominated by a student who had, in part, the following to say about him:
“Dan is one of the most forward thinking people I have ever met. He instills values in his...
Shawn Gayner, who graduated from CWI in May, is one of 30 students in the nation selected to attend Dartmouth College as a Veterans Posse Scholar.
The annual sale features tomatoes, peppers, herbs, perennials, shrubs, and more. Proceeds support the program.
The CWI Foundation has received a $2,000 donation from the Idaho Gardener’s Association.
A large group effort helped deliver poinsettias to the CWI Foundation’s most loyal supporters.
Horticulture student, Jacqueline Correnti, is honoring the memory of a former classmate through a CWI Foundation scholarship.
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