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Outreach

Pet Health: Common household items may be toxic to your pet

Avoid potential dangers in your house, and know how to respond if your pet does get into something poisonous.

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CSU weather station: 140-plus years of climate data

The campus weather station has taken continuous daily readings since the 1870s.

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One hat, $25,000 for scholarships through Legends of Ranching

As the Legends of Ranching Performance Horse Sale approaches this Saturday, April 22, David Denniston is still marveling at the remarkable support one hat brought at last year’s auction.

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Perennial Trials reveal top 8 performers in Rocky Mountain conditions

After three seasons growing in the challenging conditions of the Rocky Mountains, 8 perennial plants have been named “Top Performers” by researchers at Colorado State University.

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World TB Day 2017: Tuberculosis survivor puts a face on life-threatening disease

CSU’s annual World TB Day event opens the Mycobacteria Research Laboratories to high-school students for an in-depth look at its cutting-edge research.

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‘The Crowd & The Cloud’ to feature CoCoRaHS citizen science

A new public television series will feature the Colorado Climate Center’s signature citizen science movement.

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Only two weeks left to bring the CoCoRaHS Cup to your state

A Colorado State University-led citizen science network of rain, hail and snow spotters, CoCoRAHS, is recruiting new volunteers for its “March Madness” campaign.

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Water For People CEO to speak at CSU World Water Day celebration

Keep water flowing for generations to come topic for international expert.

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Provost’s Council on Engagement spotlight: Christine Fruhauf

Council members serve as champions for advancing the practice and recognition of engaged scholarship as fully embedded within CSU’s core teaching, research, and service missions.

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An introduction to possibilities: “Girls, meet Science. Science, meet Girls.”

Veterinarians, students and alumni introduced Colorado girls to veterinary medicine at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science.

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