We work with our local 4-H and FFA chapters to create a 3-day skills building course for our future livestock professionals. The camp includes coaching on livestock judging, performance records, public speaking, and reasoning skills.
Annual lecture co-hosted by the College of Agricultural Sciences and the College of Natural Sciences‘ Department of Biology focused on biodiversity, plant genetics, agriculture and horticulture.
A partnership between Colorado State University Extension and Goodwill Industries of Denver that provides information, education and services to farmers, ranchers, agricultural workers and their families with disabilities, illnesses, or conditions.
Creates and promotes professional development opportunities for pesticide regulatory officials throughout the United States and its affiliated territories.
Provides a platform for private and public collaboration to develop genomic tools and resources and to stimulate global research in weed biology and management.
Empowers students at Colorado State University to educate elementary students about the impact of agriculture in their daily lives and create a relationship between agriculture and their elementary curriculum.
Brings together industry leaders, government professionals and members of academia to discuss domestic and international livestock and food production. In partnership with the National Western Stock Show.
Conducts research on emerging, trans-disciplinary food systems issues motivated and prioritized by diverse state, national, and international stakeholders.
Brings together members of the pet food and rendering industries together to collaboratively develop implementable solutions for industry challenges and identify opportunities for innovation, growth and mutual success.
Leads animal and ecosystem health research while enhancing profitability of the supply chain. serves as the crossroads for producers, industry partners and researchers to come together to innovate solutions for sustainability in animal agriculture.
Annual student-organized landscape architecture lecture series featuring industry professionals from around the United States.
Develops and conducts a national survey and conference to gauge knowledge and assess research and education needs in hemp breeding, production systems, nutrient and pest management, testing for cannabinoids and heavy metals, economics and marketing, and post-harvest...
Develops novel, non-destructive technologies to estimate internal fruit quality, the evaluation of new cultivars and rootstocks, the factors affecting orchard and environmental productivity, harvest and postharvest quality of peaches, sweet cherries, and apples, and...
STEP is made up of personnel from public and private sectors working to provide education and resources to people interested in seed science and technology. Provides courses in seed science through distance education, images for seed identification and other seed...
Empowers growers and producers throughout Colorado by supplying science based information to inspire innovation, competitiveness and success. Collaborates with researchers both in Colorado and nationally to address the needs of specialty crops producers.
Provides Colorado’s wheat industry with a source of locally-developed winter wheat varieties with superior adaptation for Colorado’s tough climatic conditions.
Provides consulting to faculty, staff and students on methods to use for analyzing biological data. Consultants are experts in bioinformatics tools and methods for the analysis of next generation sequencing data, and are experienced with proteomic and metabolomic data.
Unique transdisciplinary research program the goal of which is to improve the disease prevention characteristics of food crops, thereby reducing chronic disease morbidity and mortality.
Crop variety performance trials conducted by Colorado State University’s Crops Testing Program to provide unbiased and reliable information to Colorado crop producers to help them make better variety decisions.
Student-led annual sale of registered Angus and Hereford bulls and females. Members of the student Seedstock Merchandising Team selection, development and marketing.
Research and demonstration gardens for annuals, perennials and woody plants.
Annual Equine Science program supporting student development in communication, event management and working with staff. Culminates in April with a Performance Horse Sale that includes a comprehensive catalog produced by students.
Student-run and operated catering service. All proceeds go to the CSU Meat Judging Team to help fund the program and support the supply and travel needs of the team.
Membership group open to anyone interested in agriculture. Plans research, secures financing when needed, and promotes the extension of research activities through annual meetings, field days and seminars.
Develops a foundation of organic practices for perennial fruit tree, vine plantings and an array of vegetables. Demonstrates best horticultural practices within the framework of organic standards and a systems approach.
Provides the seed industry with genetically pure and disease free seed stocks of Breeder and Foundation class dry bean, especially those cultivars developed by the Colorado Agricultural Experiment Station.
Identifies promising varieties of table grapes for western Colorado growers based on productivity, winter hardiness, flowering and harvest dates, pest and disease resistance, adaptability to common production methods, market acceptance, fruit quality, Identify...
Incorporates cover crops into the semi-arid environment of Southwestern Colorado and Southeastern Utah to overcome soil erosion, poor soil quality, weed competition and low productivity.