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⚠️ Information and Updates Regarding COVID-19's Impact on the College of Agricultural Sciences

Nutrien has entered into a strategic partnership with CSU’s College of Agricultural Sciences to support their strategic plan through innovative research in sustainable agriculture, agricultural workforce development, advancing diversity and inclusion in agriculture and enabling education through student scholarships. This $10 million gift if the largest in the college’s history and is elevating CSU into a position of leadership in developing a diverse, highly skilled agricultural workforce and boosting Nutrien’s ability to deliver industry-leading products. In recognition of this transformational gift, the College of Agricultural Sciences’ Shepardson Building will be renamed the Nutrien Agricultural Sciences Building. This building is undergoing a radical remodel of its 1938 structure and a 41,000-square-foot expansion with funds from the State of Colorado and CSU. The Nutrien Agricultural Sciences Building will house the impactful programs and people supported by the Nutrien gift, and the building will become a home for Colorado agriculture, student aspirations and agricultural innovation for a global impact.

The Future Agricultural Workforce

Innovation in Sustainable Agriculture

2 Nutrien Distinguished Scholars to Drs. Henry Thompson and Francesca Cotrufo

Inclusion and Diversity

Nutrien Ag Day BBQ

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