Colorado State University’s Ag Week brings new and old friends together to honor CSU’s agricultural roots, welcome people to our table, and look ahead to the future.
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Colorado State University Ag Day returns to campus this weekend for the 40th annual celebration of Colorado agriculture. Starting at 4 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 11, agricultural commodity partners from around the state will furnish the pre-game Nutrien Ag Day BBQ with Colorado-grown and raised agricultural products.
As the 40th anniversary of Colorado State University’s Ag Day nears, volunteers are needed to support the success of the Nutrien Ag Day BBQ.
Colorado State University’s Nutrien Ag Day BBQ returns to campus on Saturday, Sept. 11. Now in its 40th year, the annual event serves as a reunion celebration of community, resilience, and Colorado grown and raised products and their producers.
Craig Huffhines, a top executive in the equine and beef industries, is returning to his alma mater as CSU’s director of Equine Sciences and Elite Bovine and Equine Genetics.
The new Temple Grandin Equine Center totals 30,000 square feet, and includes equine, clinical, administrative and classroom spaces that support student learning, client success and research advancement for the equine-assisted services industry.
This June, Dave Holm will retire after 43 years of service to Colorado State University’s San Luis Valley Research Center and Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture.
On March 9, Paul Opler lent his entomology expertise to the United States Postal Service’s virtual first-day-of-issue dedication ceremony for its newest stamp featuring the Colorado Hairstreak Butterfly.
The state-of-the-art facility, named for Department of Animal Sciences faculty member and autism advocate Temple Grandin, was created to be a place of healing, treatment, education and research for clients from diverse backgrounds. The center is the new home of one of the leading equine-assisted services education and research programs in the world.
Thomas Borch and Dawn Thilmany have been recognized for their excellence in teaching, research, and engagement, and for demonstrating a significant impact on their respective fields.