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Tag "College of Agricultural Sciences"

Temple Grandin named to the National Women’s Hall of Fame

Temple Grandin, Colorado State University professor of animal sciences and world-renowned autism spokesperson, has been named to the National Women’s Hall of Fame.

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Media spotlight shines on stranded international students

Grad student stranded overseas back on campus after week of uncertainty.

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Drought education for Eastern Plains ranchers and land managers

Looming drought in 2017 is a concern in Eastern Colorado, affecting ranchers and land managers.

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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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From flask to field: How tiny microbes are revolutionizing big agriculture

Microbes can unlock micronutrients so plants can use then, leading to bigger, healthier plants.

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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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Plant Select’s top performers for 2016

Plant Select®, the country’s leading source of plants selected to thrive in High Plains and Intermountain regions, is pleased to announce the 2016 top performing plants as reported by our Demonstration Garden Partners.

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Exceptional Rodeo, exceptional memories

Avelyn Munoz sat excitedly in her fringe cowboy boots on Tuesday morning at the National Western Stock Show. She didn’t know what to expect when she went into the arena, but she knew it was the day she would become a cowgirl.

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$1.4 million organic dairy grant to enhance animal care strategies

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture has awarded a $1.4 million grant to a CSU-led team for research on maintaining and improving cow health on organic dairy farms.

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