Rochelle Platter of Fort Collins assumes role of Colorado 4-H Foundation Director
Colorado State University is part of the new Irrigation Innovation Consortium, a collaborative research effort to accelerate the development and adoption of water and energy efficient irrigation technologies and practices through public-private partnerships.
A group of Colorado State University faculty and Extension specialists have created a free food preservation app called Preserve Smart.
About a dozen students gathered outside the Durrell Center for a "hiving," placing honey bees in three newly built hives.
Colorado State University specialists Retta Bruegger, Jenny Beiermann and Ragan Adams taught sessions on how to prepare for a drought, how to care for animals during an emergency, and other topics.
To assist the areas of Colorado most affected by the drought, and at risk for subsequent fire and flood, three free workshops are being offered by CSU Extension, in Dove Creek in Dolores County, Salida in Chaffee County and Las Animas in Bent County.
To assist the southern areas of Colorado most affected by the drought, and at risk for subsequent fire and flood, three free workshops are being offered by Colorado State University Extension.
Results from the 2017 survey of Colorado county commissioners indicate a high level of overall satisfaction with CSU Extension's quality, value, responsiveness, and level of service. As one survey respondent commented, “Extension in [our county] really does have something for everyone, from 4-H for children to Master Gardening for seniors.”