Three scholars and policymakers from a leading Chinese university visited the Colorado State University campus, Extension locations in the Denver metropolitan area and in the Western slope, and Morgan County’s Quail Ridge Dairy. They are learning about CSU Extension programs–their …
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The Colorado 4-H Foundation has announced the recipients of 51 college scholarships for the 2017 academic year.
Rain in the area, and proactive actions of local ranchers, have led to the slow beginning of recovery. Over 32,000 acres were impacted in the March wildfire in NE Colorado.
Colorado State University Extension recently received the 2017 Priester Community Award Winner for their program, Family Leadership Training Institute (FLTI).
Colorado Native Plant Master program increase their knowledge with on-the-ground learning opportunities.
What started as a way for the backyard gardener to bring extra produce to sell to the public has grown to include cottage food producers, value-added and “mom and pop” businesses.
Eighth annual Weather and Science Day with the Colorado Rockies brings STEM to school children.
FLTI participants learned about state government, the legislative process, and current policy priorities of the 2017 legislative session
Over the past year, a community resources team has been taking a hard look at the range of services available and how local residents access them. The collaboration includes members of the Partnership for Age-Friendly Communities (PAFC), Larimer County Extension, and the Department of Human Development and Family Studies (HDFS) at Colorado State University.
Colorado State University Extension recently announced that is has named Jean Beeman Glowacki as the Director of 4-H Youth Development in Colorado.