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May
23

Posts From Jason Kosovski

Jason Kosovski

Jason Kosovski

CSU Rocky Mountain BBQ Showdown at Stanley Hotel

This Memorial Day Weekend, the Stanley Hotel is partnering with CSU to host the First Annual CSU Rocky Mountain BBQ Showdown

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Students excel again at National Collegiate Landscape Competition

Colorado State University’s team placed in the top three at the 41st Annual National Collegiate Landscape Competition.

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Harvard professor and international landscape architect to speak at CSU

On April 5, CSU will host a landscape architect known worldwide for her urban regeneration projects: Martha Schwartz, a professor of landscape architecture at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design.

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$12.5 million investment from JBS USA with CSU to establish new Global Food Innovation Center

Thanks to a substantial gift from one of the world’s leading global food companies, JBS® USA, CSU has begun construction on the JBS Global Food Innovation Center in Honor of Gary & Kay Smith.

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Ag alumni earn Beef Quality Assurance Awards

Two CSU alumni took away major awards at the recent 2017 Cattle Industry Annual Convention and National Cattleman’s Beef Association Trade Show.

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Ag student wins national discussion contest

Ryan O’Reilly, a senior majoring in agricultural and natural resource economics, is this year’s winner of the national collegiate discussion contest sponsored by the American Farm Bureau.

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Getting to the root(s) of the problem

John McKay, an associate professor in CSU’s Department of Bioagricultural Sciences and Pest Management, will lead a $6.1 million study to learn about plant genetics from exploring plant roots as well as the soil around the plants.

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Colorado Blueprint project to engage with ag stakeholders across the state

CSU has launched the Colorado Blueprint project, a statewide effort focusing on collecting and sharing data to foster a discussion about the role and vision for food and agricultural programming at CSU and many partner organizations.

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Where the wild things are

As climate change and biological invasions continue to impact global biodiversity, scientists at CSU and CU suggest the way organisms move to new areas, or range expansion, can be impacted directly by evolutionary changes.

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Students answer a call for food preservation strategies in Todos Santos

Students taking a sustainable agriculture course at Colorado State University traveled to the CSU Todos Santos Center in Baja California Sur this Fall semester to work with the local community and better understand agricultural landscapes and production.

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