The College of Agricultural Sciences


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    Panel: Organic Agriculture: A Complement or Competitor to conventional methods for sustainably feeding the world?

    College of Agricultural Sciences faculty members will lead a Nov. 12 panel on organic agriculture hosted by the School of Global Environmental Sustainability titled “Organic Agriculture: A Complement or Competitor to conventional methods for sustainably feeding the world?”

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    CSU Horse Judging Team Named Reserve Champions at All-American Quarter Horse Congress

    The Colorado State University Horse Judging Team recently traveled over 1,300 miles to compete at the 2014 Quarter Horse Congress Horse Judging Contest in Columbus Ohio on Wednesday, October 15th. The All-American Quarter Horse Congress is the largest horse judging contest in the nation and boasted 18 Senior College teams from around the nation.

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    Professors help disabled farmers and ranchers

    Professor of Agricultural and Resource Economics Norm Dalsted and Professor of Human Development and Family Studies Robert Fetsch have received a four-year grant of $720,000 from the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture to provide assistance, networking, and educational workshops across Colorado for farmers and producers affected by disabilities.

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    Rams beat Utah State 16-13 at 2014 Homecoming!

    In its first sellout since Oct. 22, 2004 vs. Wyoming, the Colorado State Rams (6-1, 2-1 MW) gave the fans everything they could ask for and more. With a 46-yard field goal as time expired, senior kicker Jared Roberts lifted the Rams to a 16-13 Homecoming victory over the Utah State Aggies (4-3, 1-1 MW), making CSU the first Mountain West team to be bowl eligible this year.

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    15th-annual Thornton-Massa Lecture Oct. 26

    Dr. Cary Fowler, former executive director of the Global Crop Diversity Trust, delivered the 15th annual Thornton Massa Lecture, “A Plan of Action for Plant Genetic Resources,” on Oct. 26 at 3:30 p.m. in the Lory Student Center Theater.


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 undergraduateCSU Cares majors, minors and concentration options. Join us! You’ll learn to make a difference while living in incomparable Colorado.

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