Nearly a year of social distancing and economic disruptions has triggered both subtle and seismic shifts in how Americans are buying or getting food, and researchers from the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics have documented those shifts.
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The model demonstrates potential risks and worst-case scenarios COVID-19 poses for the fire management community.
The researchers will also examine shifts in school-based emergency food service provisions resulting from COVID-19 shutdowns.
A CSU-led consortium of eight western universities and the USDA-Agricultural Research Service has worked toward strategies for extending the life of the aquifer.
The $1 million cooperative research agreement will create a national community of practice among producers and organizations outside large agricultural supply chains.
Meat industry experts in the Department of Animal Sciences are serving these small, essential business by offering COVID-era guidance tailored specifically to them.
Following four straight years of below-average numbers for the winged creatures, the insect should be noticeably more abundant in 2020 across Colorado.
A new modeling report estimates just how much Coloradans have changed their behaviors since the start of the pandemic.
With COVID-19 presenting new realities as the season begins, Colorado State University Extension and food systems experts are offering support to market managers and producers as they implement new ways of doing business.