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    10th-Annual Legends of Ranching Horse Sale – April 25

    Horse enthusiasts will return to Fort Collins this April to continue a tradition that has become a hallmark of CSU’s Equine Science Program. Celebrating its 10th anniversary, the CSU Legends of Ranching Performance Horse Sale will be held at the CSU Equine Center on Saturday, April 25.

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    Students take honors at National Collegiate Landscape Compeition

    The CSU team representing students from the Landscape Design and Contracting and the Landscape Business programs placed 4th out of 65 teams at the 2015 Student Career Days event.

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    Evaluation Day at Colorado State University's Annual Trial Garde

    HLA Professor James Klett celebrates 35 years at CSU

    Professor James Klett has spent the last 35 years at CSU dedicated to the search for better plants include the last 15 years managing the trial garden which has become one of the top tourist attractions in Fort Collins during growing season.

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    Bee Pollinator Landscaping for Urban Sustainability panel – April 24

    A panel of College of Agricultural Sciences researchers will provide information on pollinator plants for urban landscaping, urban agriculture and pollinators, and the different bees and butterflies of Colorado on April 24 at the Old Town Library.

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    Proposed Temple Grandin Equine Center needs your support!

    The Temple Grandin Equine Center (TGEC) will celebrate and elevate the role of the horse in society through the physical and emotional benefits of serving those in need.  TGEC will integrate research and education in order to promote evidence-based practices of equine-assisted activities and therapies.”

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About the College

Colorado State University's mascot Cam the Ram visits Lory State Park, February 28, 2013.

Feeding the world. Protecting the environment. Improving quality of life. These global challenges are a focus of teaching, research and outreach in the CSU College of Agricultural Sciences. Our college is a foundation at a leading land-grant university, and we’re building on Aggie traditions to address contemporary concerns – including the need to meet food demands for a global population that will top 9 billion by 2050. Learn about our nine undergraduate majors, minors and concentration options. Join us! You’ll learn to make a difference while living in incomparable Colorado.

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