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Investments in conservation easements reap benefits for Colorado

A new analysis from CSU found that each dollar invested by the state for conservation easements produced benefits of between $4 and $12 for Coloradans.

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Digging into a summer of soils

CSU soil scientists brought together researchers, practitioners and industry reps in summer workshops on soil health and ecology.

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New Ag and Resource Economics dept. head joins CSU from Washington State University

Professor Hayley Chouinard’s research covers a broad range of topics ranging from consumer choices to the use of natural resources.

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Media Tip Sheet: CSU experts available to discuss variety of summer topics

Note to Reporters: Experts at Colorado State University can talk about a wide variety of summer subjects, from weather and wildfire to plant care and water science. The resources listed below are for reporter use only and not intended for publication. Read More

National Academies names Raj Khosla to committee of Science Breakthroughs 2030

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine has named Raj Khosla to the executive committee of Science Breakthroughs 2030, an initiative that will identify the most compelling scientific opportunities in food and agriculture in the next decade and beyond.

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J. Daryl Tatum named AMSA R. C. Pollock Award Winner

The American Meat Science Association is honoring CSU Professor Emeritus J. Daryl Tatum as the 2017 AMSA R. C. Pollock Award Winner.

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CSU to study the spread of pathogens in U.S. potato crops

Colorado U.S. Senators Michael Bennet and Cory Gardner this week announced that Colorado State University will receive $264,600 in funding from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to study the spread of pathogens in U.S potato crops.

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Twilight Garden Series offers three summer programs for gardeners

Topics of interest to Front Range gardeners are the focus of the 2017 Twilight Garden Series, which will feature three informative presentations this month: “Celebrating Native Plants,” “Promoting Pollinators” and “Bringing the Trial Gardens Home.”

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A new twist on uranium’s origin story, by CSU scientists

Widely accepted textbook geology is being challenged, thanks to new CSU research.

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Adams State University and CSU sign MOU to provide agriculture education

Adams State University and CSU are launching a new degree program in agriculture. The partnership allows Adams State to offer San Luis Valley-area students the opportunity to study agriculture without leaving their home community by offering agriculture-related courses from CSU.

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