Professional Practice Associate Professor
Phone: (435) 797-1984
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I am the Director of the USU Botanical Center (USUBC), a 100-acre facility owned and operated by Utah State University dedicated to the mission of promoting resource conservation. I am responsible for all design, construction, strategic planning, public relations, marketing, and advancement for the UBC. The UBC incorporates Utah State University’s three-fold mission of teaching, service, and research. The USUBC includes water-wise demonstration landscapes, wetlands, environmental education, plant nursery, trails, the Utah House, arboretum, and the award-winning LEED Platinum Wetland Discovery Point classroom.
I have a Bachelor’s degree in Ornamental Horticulture from Brigham Young University and a Master’s of Landscape Architecture from Utah State University. I have served on Logan City’s Board of Adjustment and currently serve on USU’s Sustainability Council.
Master of Landscape Architecture
Utah State University - 1993
Bachelor of Science
Brigham Young University - 1990
USU Botanical Center
Utah Wetland Interpretive Network
Utah State University
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Environment & Society Department
Adjunct Instructor Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning Department
Professional Practice Associate Professor, Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning