Researchers will tackle the problem of light pollution and how it affects bird migration.
In fall of 2020, Jones was awarded a U.S Scholar Fulbright award to analyze changes in forest management and forest cover in the Colombian Amazon based on the 2016 Colombian peace agreement and how land tenure rights, forest policy, and community management play a role in the deforestation of the region.
John Hayes, dean of the Warner College of Natural Resources, will retire at the end of the 2021-22 academic year in June 2022.
An interdisciplinary group of CSU researchers is part of a $15 million National Science Foundation research network that will study three regions impacted by catastrophic wildfires, declining water supplies and rapid urban population growth.
HDNR assistant professor David W. Knight, collaborates with WalletHub to share which states should be on your road trip list this summer. Read more to find out details about the best safety measures, scenery, and affordable trips available in each state.
Colorado’s social environment is far more conducive to wolf recovery than states like Montana and Idaho.
Two Colorado State University students have earned David L. Boren Awards from the National Security Education Program, a federal initiative designed to support students interested in national security and linguistics.
While the COVID-19 pandemic pushed people to stay apart, Kaili Schroeder took it as an opportunity to connect with others – through virtual meditation and diversity and inclusion work – and with nature.