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Posts From Jason Kosovski

Jason Kosovski

Jason Kosovski

Plant Identification and Judging Team brings home honors from regional competition

When the Mid-American Collegiate Horticultural Society comes to the Colorado State University campus in 2018, the CSU Horticulture Club will build on what they learned from the 2016 competition.

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Winter watering: keep those hoses ready

When Colorado weather is especially dry in the fall and early winter, watering season may not end just because your sprinklers are turned off.

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Career Connections brings ag students together with employers

More than 20 employers, representing a broad spectrum of the agricultural industry traveled to Fort Collins to have dinner with students and to interact with them on a personal level.

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Local foods research leads to USDA Abraham Lincoln Award

Becca Jablonski was part of a team that received the Personal and Professional Excellence Abraham Lincoln Award “for exceptional achievement and outstanding contribution to American Agriculture” for work on local food trends and impacts.

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New Ag Experiment Station Deputy Director Kelly travels state

There are few people who know Colorado soil as well as Professor Gene Kelly.

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DARE alumna receives named professorship

When Julie Mueller graduated with her Ph.D. in agricultural and resource economics in 2007, she planned on becoming a professor, but did not expect to find herself in a college of business.

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Temple Grandin and Gary Smith among 25 industry icons

As part of its 125th anniversary celebration, National Provisioner, a leading meat industry magazine, has included CSU Animal Sciences Professors Temple Grandin and Gary Smith on the list of the top 25 individuals who have helped transform the meat industry over the last 25 years.

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Horticulture professor brings best practices to Guatemala

Steve Newman, professor of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture, spends time traveling to other countries to share best practices and learn from producers in other parts of the world.

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Third-graders learn about food and farming at Ag Adventure

For 15 years, groups of third-grade students have taken buses to ARDEC, a working research farm four miles north of the CSU campus, as part of Ag Adventure, a hands-on learning experience led by CSU students.

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Equine reproduction leaders receive 2016 Livestock Leader Award

Vaughn and Jill Cook, the former owners of Royal Vista Equine, Inc., received the 2016 Livestock Leader Award in recognition of their leadership in the field of equine reproduction and their commitment to hiring CSU graduates.

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