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CSU Agronomy Club


Our club members at our Alumni Dinner

Scheduled Meetings:
5:30 p.m. in Plant Science Building W212

Meeting 1 – January 28
Guest: Cary Wickstrom
CSU Alumnus
Owner of Wickstrom Inc., No-till Farmer, and Rancher
Meeting 2 – February 11
Guest: Dave Green
CSU Alumnus
Crop Service Consultant at ServiTech, Recruiter
Meeting 3 – February 25
Guest: Justin Ross and Sylvia Hickenlooper
NRCS Soil Conservationists
Presenting: U.S.A. Jobs Workshop
Meeting 4 – March 10
Guest: Meagan SchipanskiZ
Agroecology Professor at CSU
Meeting 5 – March 31
Canceled due to COVID-19
Meeting 6 – April 14
Canceled due to COVID-19
Meeting 7 – April 28
Canceled due to COVID-19


The purpose of the CSU Agronomy Club is to gather together students with similar interests for their common benefit and advancement. The Agronomy Club provides a chance for students to take an active part in their department through fundraising projects, social events, and scholastic activities. To learn more about the origins of the CSU Agronomy Club visit our history page.

Golden Opportunity Scholars

Tad Trimarco

Lucille Rollins


This year, the CSU Agronomy Club is proud to announce that we will be sending two more students to the American Society of Agronomy, the Crop Science Society of America, and the Soil Science Society of America International Annual Meeting through the Golden Opportunity Scholarship Program! Tad Trimarco and Lucille Rollins were selected as part of a group of 25 students from across the country. Congratulations GO Scholars!


The CSU Agronomy Club elects new officers in April for the 2019-2020 school year, so start thinking about who you would like to be your officers. Meet the officers.

Behind a great group of student leaders is a dedicated and empowering faculty member. Meet the advisors.


The Golden Pitchfork Award

At the end of each school year, the President of the club chooses one club member to receive the Golden Pitchfork reward. This reward entitles the receiver of the reward to have their name engraved into the handle of the pitchfork. To earn this achievement, the member must be doing work for the club above and beyond what is needed. This reward is only for the members or officers of the club, except for the office of President. List of Golden Pitchfork members.


SASES National Meetings

Wondering about Nationals?



 Interested In Joining the CSU Agronomy Club?

Anyone interested in the field of agriculture is welcome to join and become an active member of the CSU Agronomy Club.

The best way to get involved in the club is to come to one of our scheduled meeting or events, which can be found on the CSU Agronomy Club Calendar.

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