Garden Planting Welcomes Summer to Campus
The planting of the entrance gardens is underway at the University of Minnesota Crookston, and it takes many hands to complete the planting of thousands of flowers across campus. Members of the summer grounds crew make it all possible, and they keep the campus looking beautiful all season. Stop by for a walk or drive through to enjoy the campus as it blooms all summer long.
In the group photo, sitting in middle of box, left to right, are Jack Krueger, a U of M student from Crookston, Minn.; Somi Han, a senior majoring in business from Seoul, South Korea; Navjot Singh, a senior majoring in software engineering from Gurdaspur, India; Becca Sanders, staff, U of M Crookston, Matt Supan (driving vehicle), a senior majoring in animal science from Rice, Minn.
Second row: Marshall Mbanga, a freshman majoring in information technology management from Harare, Zimbabwe; Zach Schnell, a junior from Crookston, MInn., majoring in management; Greg Benoit, staff, U of M Crookston; Neal Vraa, staff, U of M Crookston; and Nate Lorenz, a junior from Breckenridge, Minn., majoring in health management.
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