Historical Restoration of the USU Passive Recreation GardenBrowse All Undergraduate research
Faculty MentorMichael Timmons
AbstractLaval Morris was the founder of the Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning department at USU. He is an important figure in the history of our university, state, and intermountain region. One of the last remaining landscapes that he designed for the university is USU's Passive Recreation Garden. Over time the garden has become degraded, overrun by invasive plants and by last year, had become almost completely destroyed. It is important to preserve and restore this garden because of its importance to Laval and to LAEP's history.
Citation InformationJeremy Nelson. "Historical Restoration of the USU Passive Recreation Garden" (2010)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/jeremy_nelson/1/