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photo of Roxanne Swentzell with her sculpture 'Good Earth.'

Native American artist brings ‘Good Earth’ to Nutrien Agricultural Sciences Building

Roxanne Swentzell almost hit “delete.” As she read through the request for proposal for a new sculpture in front of Colorado State University’s new Nutrien…
photo of Professor Francesca Cotrufo and Research Scientist Megan Machmuller taking soil core samples during recent fieldwork.

CSU soil scientists tapping rangelands as vast sources for carbon storage

The United States’ 770 million acres of rangelands have been home to many generations of grazing cattle and sheep. The slow deterioration of those lands…
photo of Dairy Cattle eating.

Study reveals national sensitivity of U.S. dairy systems to extreme heat and cold

When people think about climate change and its impact on agriculture, it’s usually centered more around what’s coming out of the ground than what’s grazing…
Nutrien Ag Day BBQ.

Ag Week 2021 Recap

Since 1981, Colorado State University’s Ag Day has celebrated food, football and CSU’s “Ag Family” — producers, supporters, and consumers of Colorado agriculture. The week leading up to the annual tailgate…

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