CSU is the recipient of more than $12 million for sustainable agriculture research under a new $2.8 billion federal program, the USDA recently announced.
As part of a four-year study, a multi-state team lead by CSU researchers will look at identifying and developing cost-effective management solutions to control mastitis, improve milk quality, promote animal welfare and enhance the sustainability of the organic dairy community.
Colorado State University’s annual tradition where the diversity of people, perspectives and ideas are affirmed and celebrated is back with a new name and focus.
All three CSU System campuses hit enrollment milestones this fall, with CSU in Fort Collins welcoming its largest entering class in history and CSU Pueblo seeing the largest class of new first-year students in four years.
In the first Fall Address held since 2019, Interim President Rick Miranda reflected on what former Colorado State University President Al Yates said during the aftermath of the Spring Creek Flood that inundated campus in 1997.
Karen (B.S., ’80) and Randy (B.S., ’80) Blach are part of an extended family of more than 80 people who have attended Colorado State University. Although they have set the bar high for relatives who follow, they gladly welcome the next generation and see a bright future for CSU and its influential role in agriculture.
The Nutrien Ag Day BBQ on Sept. 24 honored Colorado’s agricultural roots for more than 40 years while supporting the industry’s future by raising funds for student scholarships.
Annie Overlin and two co-workers in Pueblo County illustrate the increasing breadth and depth of CSU Extension's reach.
The Designscapes Colorado CEO hopes to grow new talent for the industry through funding for coordinator position and endowment.
The Audit features a conversation with Michael Bartolo, senior research scientist emeritus at CSU’s Arkansas Valley Research Center – and the innovator behind one of Pueblo’s "hottest" crops.