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Jason Kosovski

Jason Kosovski

Perennial Trials reveal top 10 performers

After three seasons growing in the challenging conditions of the Rocky Mountains, 10 perennial plants have been named “Top Performers” by researchers at Colorado State University.

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One of the designers of $6 billion Waterfront to talk at CSU

David Walker, a designer of Sydney’s Barangaroo Waterfront precinct – one of the world’s most ambitious urban renewal projects – will speak on April 17 during CSU’s annual Landscape Architecture Days.

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A day with Temple Grandin April 13

Once again, renowned CSU Professor of Animal Sciences and autism advocate Temple Grandin is taking to social media to engage with people interested in her work – and on the same day that she will deliver the next President’s Community Lecture Series talk on April 13.

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CSU named ‘knowledge partner’ at global ag summit

As leading global figures in agriculture gather in Abu Dhabi, UAE March 9-11 for the “Global Forum for Innovation in Agriculture,” they will be joined by CSU administrators and researchers.

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CSU alumnus takes helm at Colorado Department of Agriculture

Don Brown, a CSU alumnus, has been appointed by Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper to manage Colorado’s diverse agricultural industry.

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Water focus of Governor’s Forum on Colorado Agriculture

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper will welcome industry experts, scholars, producers and policy-makers to the 2015 Governor’s Forum on Colorado Agriculture this week at a daylong conference focusing water needs across the state of Colorado and the challenges created by increased demand for water from agriculture and consumers.

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Professors help choose a-maze-ing design for Stanley Hotel

CSU Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture Kelly Curl recently served on an expert panel of judges who reviewed over 300 designs from over 40 states and 30 countries for a hedge maze design competition commissioned by the famous Stanley Hotel.

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Ag student focuses on homeland security

When you mention bird flu, homeland security may not be the first thing that comes to mind. But for Agricultural and Resource Economics doctoral student Jada Thompson, bird flu and other avian diseases can be connected directly to issues of safety and security.

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Protecting the seeds of the future

Cary Fowler will deliver the 15th annual Thornton-Massa Lecture, “A Plan of Action for Plant Genetic Resources,” on Oct. 26 at 3:30 p.m. in the Lory Student Center Theater.

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Faculty donors boost Animal Sciences project

Temple Grandin and Gary Smith are both CSU animal sciences professors and respected national leaders in animal welfare and meat sciences. Now, they have both committed to help fund a new building and cutting-edge programs in the College of Agricultural Sciences.

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