SUU Guided Adventures Storm Horticultural Walking | SUU

Published May 26, 2022 |
Author University of South Utah |
Category Special events

At the University of South Utah’s 125th Birthday SUU, in collaboration with the Cedar City Tour • Brian Head hosts a series of guided experiences. These tours show the university more than ever. Exploring the past, present, and future of Suu Kyi, these guided experiences are a true celebration of the spirit of our Creator. Our June event will be a visit to the SUU’s beautiful garden.

The physical features of the university represent the interaction of plants, humans and horticulture over time. During this visit we will explore trees, shrubs and flowers from the past and present, as well as how landscapes enhance and describe our campus history.

Ross Murdock, SUU Grounds Garden, will lead the tour. Tours will be announced on Thursday, June 2 and 16 at 7 pm Meet at the SUU campus on the east side of Old Maine. The tour lasts approximately one hour and should be convenient for the cart. SUU-led experience is free and open to all.

A.D. In 1897, the founders of the University of South Utah had the opportunity to build and host a higher education institution in rural Cedar City, Utah, risking their lives and money because they believed in the power of education. Their commitment and resilience is embedded in the SUU cultural fabric. SUU’s long-standing heritage is built on 125 years of strength, commitment and community victory. Celebrate with us as we explore our rich history and prepare for a brighter future.


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