Dr. A. Alonso Aguirre will be the next dean of the Warner College of Natural Resources.
The Center for Collaborative Conservation at Colorado State University is pleased to welcome the twelfth cohort into their Conservation Fellows Program. For a second year, the CCC has partnered with the Warner College’s Diversity and Inclusion Program to support a cohort of Fellows that includes individuals from demographics historically under-represented in conservation and projects that engage communities that are often under-served.
Confluence 2020 to be held at CSU March 10-12 is a conference connecting members of over 100 conservation groups from western states to discuss community-based collaborative conservation efforts.
Researchers found less irreversible damage from livestock in Mongolia’s rangelands than what had been estimated.
Applications for fellowships through CSU’s Center for Collaborative Conservation are now being accepted.