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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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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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Bennet, Gardner announce $500,000 grant for CSU

Colorado U.S. Senators Michael Bennet and Cory Gardner today announced that CSU has received $499,420 in funding from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to conduct the first national evaluation of the Farm to School program.

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School of Global Environmental Sustainability announces Global Challenges Research Teams, Resident Fellow Awards

The School of Global Environmental Sustainability has selected four Global Challenges Research Teams and six Research Fellows.

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Ag student wins national discussion contest

Ryan O’Reilly, a senior majoring in agricultural and natural resource economics, is this year’s winner of the national collegiate discussion contest sponsored by the American Farm Bureau.

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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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Ag alumnus to serve on EPA Board of Scientific Counselors

CSU alumnus Robert Richardson, who graduated with his Ph.D. in agricultural and resource economics in 2002, has been appointed to the Board of Scientific Counselors of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

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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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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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How much are national parks worth to you?

According to a new study led by CSU and Harvard University researchers, the total economic value of the National Park Service’s programs is estimated to be $92 billion.

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