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Pitching ideas for the planet’s future

CSU student, Hannah Smith, was selected to facilitate a youth session on landscapes and the green economy over the weekend at the Global Landscapes Forum in Lima, Peru

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Lighting up the holidays

The State Capitol Holiday Tree, themed the “Gold Star Tree of Honor” to pay tribute to the more than 350 Colorado military service members lost in the global war on terror since Sept. 11, 2001, as well as their families, was lit by Gov. John Hickenlooper on Dec. 4.

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Imagining the Planet: Arts & Environment

The final SoGES Managing the Planet panel discussion at Avo’s Dec. 10.

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O, Christmas Tree: To charity from Pingree

For the third successive year, the Colorado State Forest Service is providing a Fort Collins-based charity with more than 300 Christmas trees for local families in need – all obtained from Pingree Park, Colorado State University’s mountain campus and outdoor classroom for natural resources students.

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Celebrating a history of excellence in ecosystem science

Colorado State University’s Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory will celebrate its history of excellence in ecosystem science on Nov. 20.

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Colorado third state to achieve 100 Firewise Communities

More than 100 Colorado communities have now earned Firewise Communities/USA recognition – an accomplishment achieved by only three states – for taking steps to reduce their wildfire risk.

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Best in the nation

CSU’s Society of American Foresters Alpha Student Chapter has been selected by the national Society of American Foresters organization as the winner of the Outstanding Student Chapter Award for 2013-2014.

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Favorite Tree Campus USA

The stunning sight of the elms on the university’s historic Oval as well as the beauty of trees throughout campus inspired voters to choose Colorado State University as the Best Tree Campus USA .

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Engaging poets, preachers, prisoners as science partners

Renowned forest canopy ecologist Nalini Nadkarni believes that science and nature belong everywhere and that everyone should be aware of nature and the scientific enterprise.

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What’s that sound?

Elk, owls, coyotes, and snowmobiles all have been heard on Colorado State University campus lately.

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