This club provides a means for students to meet together, build relationships, perform service, learn skills, and participate in worthwhile projects. Fund raising projects include the production and sale of plants and flowers along with opportunities to participate in learning activities. The funds received from these projects are used to finance student competitions and trips in areas of interest throughout the western United States. Club meetings are scheduled and announced each month during the school year. Student membership is open to all students interested in plant or soil science.
Applied Economics Clubs
The USU Agribusiness club is open to all majors and is geared towards helping students network, gain agribusiness skills, and promote agribusiness. Students focus on outreach through service projects, networking with students, professionals ,and agribusinesses, as well as leadership and personal development.
The Environmental and Natural Resource Economics Club is for undergraduate students interested in economics and policy related to water, land use, energy, air quality, and other areas. The Club regularly participates in undergraduate research projects, seminar speaker series, networking, and social functions.