West Virginia University students and alumni from the School of Design and Community Development will combine talents to design a visionary plan for the WVU Core Arboretum, a 91-acre natural area located between Monongahela Boulevard and the Monongahela River.
During the WVU landscape architecture program annual design charrette, a team of designers will work quickly to address problems identified through their own analysis and by various stakeholders, and develop designs for key elements of a proposed Core Arboretum master plan. The outdoor facility, managed by the Department of Biology, includes three miles of foot trails and is used for education, research and recreation.
Although it is technically spring break on the campus of
West Virginia University, members of the
Western Equestrian Team are busily preparing to host – and compete in – the
Intercollegiate Horse Show Association Western Semi-Finals.
The event is set for March 17-18 at the J.W. Ruby Research Farm in Reedsville, West
Virginia, and marks two major milestones for the university and its
equine studies program.
West Virginia University helps cattlemen boost efficiency and profitability during 51st annual Wardensville Bull Test and Sale
Virginia University will continue its tradition of helping commercial
cattlemen in West Virginia and the mid-Atlantic region increase profitability
and improve their bottom line by connecting them with genetically-superior