CAM the Ram, beloved mascot for CSU, died Saturday of natural causes.
For those familiar with the practice of composting, seeing — and smelling — the breakdown of plant and organic material over a long period of time is quite familiar.
At a time when food safety and quality issues continue to make national and international headlines, CSU is solidifying its partnership with the beef industry by hiring a full-time Colorado beef quality assurance coordinator.
Ag Day. Orange Out. Mike Bobo's coaching debut. There's a lot going on Saturday when the Rams open the football season against Savannah State.
CSU has established a partnership with the Borlaug Training Foundation, founded in honor of Norman Borlaug, widely known as the “father of the green revolution.”
On the heels of the most successful Colorado State University Ag Day ever, the university is gearing up for the 2015 Ag Day in a big way. Not only will Ag Day take place immediately before CSU season opener on Sept. 5 against Savanah State but the game will also feature the debut of new CSU football coach Mike Bobo.
Professor Marshall Frasier has been honored by the Agricultural and Applied Economic Association for his commitment to students and for his proficiency in the classroom.
CSU is starting to research hemp, a plant with practical uses such as the creation of textiles, soaps and oils that can also be used in the production of a range of pharmaceutical compounds.
Fall gardening seminars beginning Aug. 18 offer demonstrations to help community members become more successful gardeners. The seminars are open to the public.