The education for Colorado Master Gardeners (CMGs) doesn’t stop when the 16 weeks of classes are over. Each year the volunteers are offered advanced training; training has included plant disease diagnostics, insect identification and tree care. They’re called Tree Teams, …
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Colorado State University Extension, Colorado Rockies, 9News, and Steve Spangler Science teamed up for the seventh annual Weather and Science Day at Coors Field.
Research comparing plant species for cover crop potential and forage production with various production techniques is being expanded in the High Plains area, and includes Extension and CSU researchers.
Soil test kits were given to homeowners in four neighborhoods throughout Denver earlier this year and analyzed by the Soil, Water and Plant Testing Laboratory at Colorado State University.
Marisa Bunning, associate professor in the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition and Extension specialist, was given one of Colorado State University Extension’s highest awards last week. She received the F.A. Anderson Award, which recognizes outstanding performance by an Extension professional throughout his or her career.
CSU Extension has prepared information about irrigated agriculture and livestock watering in the area affected by the Gold King Mine spill in southwest Colorado.
Thanks to a new partnership between AmeriCorps and CSU Extension, youth in communities across Colorado will have the opportunity to do experiments, reflect upon results, and apply what they have learned in 4-H Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) projects.
Dean Singleton is best known for being the longtime publisher of the Denver Post, but it was his involvement in 4-H that recently earned him accolades from CSU.
Singleton was inducted into the 4-H Hall of Fame on January 24.