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Together, through transformative educational experiences, innovative research and meaningful partnerships, the College of Agricultural Sciences meets global challenges in food safety, food security, wellness and economic prosperity through the sustainable use of natural resources.

 

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5 Departments

From solving the global hunger crisis to leading the fight against climate change, the College of Agricultural Sciences is shaping the future of our world – near and far.

Agricultural Biology

Agricultural Biology

Agricultural & Resource Economics

Agricultural and Resource Economics

Animal Sciences

Animal Sciences

Horticulture & Landscape Architecture

Horticulture and Landscape Architecture

Soil & Crop Sciences

Soil and Crop Sciences

Calling All
Change-Makers

Colorado State University College of Agricultural Sciences has a seat at the table for all students, faculty and partners who want to become global change-makers. We are connecting your meaningful lived-experiences to agricultural innovation and optimizing our impact to our global community.

Kevin Larson

Kevin Larson

Failure isn’t permanent if it’s on the road to success. For Kevin Larson, superintendent and research scientist at CSU’s Plainsman...

Linc Thomas

Linc Thomas

It’s often said that what you get out of college is only as great as what you put in. For Linc Thomas, senior horticulture major in...

Research and Engagement
to Impact the World

It is our land-grant mission to feed the world while we improve it. We are committed to building community through innovative research, collaborating with partners, nurturing students and providing enriching learning experiences. We develop our research projects and outreach goals to achieve the greatest impact for our students, citizens and global community.

What’s New from Our Ag Family

CSU researcher finds fighting white-nose syndrome in bats benefits agriculture

The disease is devastating to both the animals and producers, costing U.S. agriculture up to $495 million each year. The post CSU researcher finds fighting white-nose syndrome in bats benefits agriculture appeared first on College of Agricultural Sciences.

CSU alumna is first woman to lead Colorado Cattlemen’s Association

Erin Karney, a CSU alumna and sixth-generation cattle rancher, was recently appointed executive vice president of the Colorado Cattlemen’s Association, the top organization representing Colorado’s powerhouse cattle industry and its public policy concerns.  The post CSU alumna is first woman to lead Colorado Cattlemen’s Association appeared first on College of Agricultural Sciences.