How a suburban girl came West and fell in love with caring for cattle.
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.
Pueblo Poppers are just one example of the new varieties of peppers that are being developed by Michael Bartolo, a researcher at CSU's Arkansas Valley Research Center.
Students will share the results of their work during Colorado State University’s 20th poinsettia sale starting Monday, Dec. 7 at the new CSU Horticulture Center greenhouse on campus.
To offer holistic, systems-level insights and solutions to global food, energy and water problems, Colorado State will host a two-day workshop Dec. 7-8 in the Washington, D.C. area.
A planned natural gas pipeline upgrade by New Jersey's largest utility provider is based in CSU science on methane leakage in pipelines across the U.S.
Colorado State University students got the rare opportunity to pitch a social media campaign to Denver Broncos and Coca-Cola officials this week at Sports Authority Field as part of CSU’s unique new partnership with the football team.
Marshall Frasier’s work has been recognized with a regional USDA Food and Agricultural Sciences Excellence in Teaching Award.
A leading organization that represents farm and ranch families in Colorado, New Mexico and Wyoming will soon have new leadership from an individual with strong ties to Colorado State University.
5K Fun Run 9 a.m. Nov. 29 Looking to run off some of your Thanksgiving dinner? Then the Agronomy Club’s Nov. 29 5K might be the event for you. The club will host its first-ever 5K Fun Run which will begin at 9 a.m. The 5K will start and finish at Colorado State University’s Oval, and proceeds will support the Agronomy Club’s professional development activities as well as the group’s philanthropic endeavors which include supporting a family during the holiday season through the Adopt-a-Family program. Inaugural race “This is our inaugural race,” said Kathryn Rocha, treasurer of the Agronomy Club. “We hope to get a decent crowd in our first year and then build up word-of-mouth for next year’s run. The race will help support our club members who we send to our national convention every year and will help us purchase holiday gifts for a local family.” Participants can register at the website. Early registration is $25 and increases to $30 from Nov. 25 through race day. Paid registration includes a commemorative event t-shirt. Racers younger than 12 years old can run for free. “This is precisely the kind of community engagement activity that we encourage our students to participate in,” said Mark Brick, acting head of the Department of Soil and Crop Sciences. “The race will help them connect with the campus and Fort Collins communities and is a tangible example of the kind of outreach that our university is known for.” Sponsors The race has two levels of sponsors: gold ($150 or greater) and silver ($75). Gold level sponsors include Mycogen Seed, Stubbs Farms, and Premier Farm Credit. Silver level sponsors are: Dakota RV Storage; Bank of Colorado; JT Farms; Homeland; Urban Gardening Systems; and the Department of Soil and Crop Sciences.