Leaders and innovators spoke at the September summit.
Established in 2016, the Alliance coordinates public-private research projects on phytobiomes.
CSU Equine Sciences alumna Cayla Stone will head to Fort Worth, Texas, Sept. 14-16 for the 2017 Player’s Choice Extreme Mustang Makeover, to compete for $100,000 in prize money.
Tyler Mason was awarded the James Beard Foundation (JBF) National Scholarship — one of 10 high-impact $20,000 scholarships. Mason, a doctoral student in the Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture, started a research project in January that focuses on specialty crops.
On a beautiful Colorado summer evening, hundreds of students, alumni, university leadership, industry leaders, colleagues and friends gathered to wish a happy 70th birthday to an extraordinary person – Temple Grandin.
CSU's College of Agricultural Sciences will host a summit Sept. 6-7 to discuss how innovation in the industry can lead to a global impact in the way that populations farm, feed, eat and grow crops.
This year, under the guidance of the Legends of Ranching Program Director Dr. David J. Denniston, 31 horse training students, six sales preparation students, eight student teaching assistants, and numerous student volunteers put together a record-breaking sale.