White, Joe
July 2010
American Rose;Jul/Aug2010, Vol. 40 Issue 10, p39
The article offers information on the teaching of horticulture and the biological sciences to university students by the American Rose Society (ARS). The event aims to establish an interest in the ARC's headquarters among emerging adults and to promote the institution as an outstanding attraction. Students who attended the sessions said they learned about roses and their care. Details related to the committee profiles of the center, including Dr. Peter W. Gallagher from Louisiana, are also included.


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