Picture a peaceful, natural setting on the grounds of the Toxicology Building on the NC State University Centennial Campus... featuring native plants that attract butterflies and birds. Paths will create a sense of journey through the garden, allowing visitors to experience Randy’s love of nature and family, to contemplate his life’s work in entomology and toxicology, to explore his roots in Utah, and come to appreciate his service to community. The culmination of the garden journey will be a Council Ring seating area.

That is the vision and plan for the Randy Rose Memorial Habitat Garden, to be supported through private gifts to The North Carolina Agricultural Foundation, Inc. of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.

We gratefully acknowledge Mr. Kofi Boone, Assistant Professor, Landscape Architecture, College of Design, and Dr. Pat Lindsey and students, CALS Department of Horticultural Science, for the conceptual and site designs, as well as NC State University Design and Construction Services (Tom Skolnicki and Lynn Swank) for the final designs.

The groundbreaking for the Randy Rose Memorial Habitat Garden is nearing, and we need your help to reach our fundraising goal of $30,000!

Your tax-deductible donation will help make the garden a reality!

You may contribute using this pledge form (requires the free Adobe Acrobat Reader) with convenient payment options -- by check, payroll or bank draft, or credit card. OR, you may make a secure online contribution using American Express, Discover, MasterCard or Visa. Just click here.

CLICK HERE for the artist's renderings of the site.

Please make your check to:
“Randy Rose Memorial Garden.”

Send your form and donation to Kathy
Carmody, NCSU Environmental and Molecular Toxicology, Campus Box
7633, Raleigh, NC 27695-7633.

Thank you!