According to a new study from CSU, the pace of innovation in agriculture and several closely related industries—like water management, animal health and food manufacturing—is picking up in Colorado.
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Colorado State University’s Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory will celebrate its history of excellence in ecosystem science on Nov. 20.
Temple Grandin fields a lot of questions. And on November 17, she’ll offer a lot of answers. The CSU Professor of Animal Sciences is hosting an AMA, or “ask me anything” session via reddit. Log on to ask a question between 6 a.m. and 11 a.m., and she may answer your question live.
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.
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 .
As industries from agricultural to manufacturing work to confront climate change issues, a new job market is emerging for professionals who can accurately quantify and reduce the greenhouse gas emissions of businesses.
The 25th annual South Platte River Forum will be held Wednesday, Oct. 22, and Thursday, Oct. 23, at the Plaza Event Center, 1850 Industrial Circle, Longmont. The forum, “Water and Wisdom,” will examine issues such as flood impacts on stream restoration, fisheries and hydrology, oil and gas exploration, hydraulic fracturing as well as hydropower, and overviews of South Platte River basin projects.
Harold Harper, a livestock visionary, was recently honored by CSU’s Department of Animal Sciences as the 2014 Livestock Leader for his exceptional contributions to the sheep and lamb industry.
Recent studies have shown a significant decline in the number of agriculture teachers in K-12 schools across the nation. With its new CoBank Center for Agricultural Education set to break ground soon, CSU will be uniquely-positioned to help fill this void and ensure that agricultural education remains a core component of K-12 education, not just here in Colorado but across the United States.