A partnership with Colorado State University helped bring the study of sustainable, urban agriculture to Denver’s Bruce Randolph School. Now, thanks to a new dual-enrollment course, the AgConnect Pathway program is once again growing.
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“I am very grateful to my family for supporting me at home and creating all the conditions necessary for a convenient ‘online’ learning environment. With their love and support, I was able to succeed in all my studies these past three semesters regardless of how late I had to stay up to complete assignments.”
Support from Indigo Ag moves decades of CSU soil carbon research and innovation into the next phase.
Getting more than 600 poinsettia plants ready to sell this holiday season is no small task. Thankfully the students in CSU’s floriculture practicum are all (green) thumbs.
In addition to educating people about the wild world of arthropods, CSU’s Bug Zoo aims to make spiders and scorpions a little less frightful.
In a new paper, CSU Assistant Professor Nathan Mueller examines how U.S. dairy operations may be impacted by extreme weather conditions.
With a background in ecology, climate change research and soil carbon science, CSU Soil Carbon Solutions Center’s Executive Director Jane Zelikova has approached the problem of climate change in a multitude of ways — from research and policy to filmmaking.