During Bennet’s visit, CSU faculty highlighted current projects including research into using solar panels in agriculture and the new Soil Carbon Solutions Center.
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The disease is devastating to both the animals and producers, costing U.S. agriculture up to $495 million each year.
“I knew this was for the betterment of myself and my family, so I kept pushing and am now graduating. Nothing is ever impossible if you have enough will and desire.”
“I think one of my favorite times of displaying courage would be at the most recent ‘Come to the Table’ for the College of Ag. Even though our dean, the director of animal science, and equine science were all in the room, I chose to stand up for my peers and address the issues we have in our college at this time.”
The new home for state-of-the-art agricultural research, learning, innovation and collaboration recently celebrated its grand opening.
More than 130 years later, the great-grandson of CSU’s entomology department founder C.P. Gillette continues the family connection.
The leaders made the Denver Business Journal list based on their innovative work within the agricultural industry.
For CSU alums Hailey Frederiksen and Ashley Baller, the roads to Miss Rodeo America and Miss Rodeo Colorado both began with a love of agriculture, Western traditions.
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.