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Wildlife students immersed in ecosystems of Baja California

Helping a new generation of sea turtles safely leave the shores of the Baja California Sur was part of a transformative experience for 18 CSU students over winter break.

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In memory: Donald Crews

Donald L. Crews, 79, of Fort Collins, died March 8, after a short illness. Don was born on Dec. 8, 1935, in Culbertson, Nebraska, to Paul and Vera (Spence) Crews. He attended public schools in Culbertson, graduating in a class

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‘The largest global change you’ve never heard of’

When discussing climate change and its causes, most people think of carbon dioxide. But are there other, less well-known factors that could be causing just as much damage to our environment?

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Colorado State graduate programs rank among nation’s best

CSU’s Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Program has been ranked No. 3 by U.S. News & World Report.

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Forest Health Report focuses on urban, community trees

Urban and community trees throughout Colorado face ongoing threats from exotic insects and other factors, according to a report released today.

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Researching fire and ice at the bottom of the earth

Thanks to new technology, researchers will have the first glimpse of the earth below the Ross Ice Shelf in Antarctica, filling a gap in our understanding of the Antarctic continent that lies beneath a 1000-foot thick expanse of floating ice the size of Texas.

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Environmental education program seeking applicants

The Human Dimensions of Natural Resources department in the Warner College of Natural Resources is seeking applicants for the D.R. and Ginny Pulliam Scholars program.

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Forest health survey: Spruce beetle activity escalating

The U.S. Forest Service and Colorado State Forest Service have released the results of the annual aerial forest health survey in Colorado.

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Prune your tree this winter

Late winter, from mid-February until early March, is the best time to prune most trees. Trees are still dormant at this time of year and, unlike in early winter, wound closure will be rapid if pruning occurs just prior to the time new growth emerges.

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SoGES discussions: Are Too Many People the Problem?

Two events on Feb. 11 feature anthropologist Jeffery McKee.

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