Nutrien Agricultural Sciences Building, 301 University Ave., 2nd floor
After nearly three years of construction, the new home for state-of-the-art research, learning, innovation and collaboration is open to students, faculty and members of Colorado’s agricultural community.
Welcome to our new home!
Located at 1707 Center Ave., just south of the main campus, the CSU Horticulture Center was completed in 2015. This state of the art facility supports teaching, research and collaborative endeavors.
Located at 1400 & 1401 Remington St., directly in front of and across the street from the University Center for the Arts, the Annual and Perennial Flower Trial Gardens are a well known and well loved Fort Collins landmark.
Located at 1241 East Dr., directly southwest of NESB , the department uses classrooms in the northwest corner of this facility for labs in several courses.
Located at 1231 East Drive, directly south of Shepardson, the Natural and Environmental Sciences Building (NESB) B-wing is home to the landscape architecture studios.
The southern part of the ARDEC facilities, the Horticultural Field Research Center is located just of I-25 on East County Road 50 or Mountain Vista Road, seven miles northeast of Fort Collins, this 65 acre farm is home to plot research in horticulture and allied disciplines. The main projects located here are the turf-grass, ornamental trees and shrubs, organic agriculture, and specialty crops research.