CSU scientists contributed earthworm data from around the world.
Participants at the event will include Thomas Daschle, former Senate majority leader, and Kenneth Wainstein, former Homeland Security adviser to President George W. Bush.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Specialty Crops Research Initiative is funding the work, which includes $4.2 million in matching funds from onion growers, universities and seed companies.
The College of Agricultural Sciences began a new chapter last week when it broke ground on what will be the new headquarters for the college.
Three speakers will engage each other, telling their stories of diminishing the filter bubbles we all naturally inhabit, and the audience will have an opportunity to participate in the conversation.
The study is evaluating whether integrating solar panels on farms would be a cost benefit to farmers and growers.
A quickly expanding course in the Department of Equine Sciences at CSU works to train and rehabilitate rescue horses in an effort to find them purposeful roles at new homes.
During the College of Agricultural Sciences’ Ag Week, the Department of Animal Sciences awarded its annual Livestock Leader recognition to George Seidel, a University Distinguished Professor in the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences.
A CSU team found strong links between short-term exposure to air pollution and aggressive behavior, in the form of aggravated assaults and other violent crimes.