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Illustration of a woman looking out a window at a snow-covered DenverHealthy aging program breaks down stigmas and language barriers to support refugees and immigrants

To help support these older adults, in 2022 CSU Extension – in partnership with the Area Agency on Aging at the Denver Regional Council of Governments – adapted its existing Aging Mastery course to offer the program in five different languages to immigrants and refugees in Aurora, Colorado.


Engagement and Extension Forum building collaboration on statewide issues

The Office of Engagement and Extension is hosting it’s 2022 Forum from October 24-27 at the Lory Student Center (LSC). The annual event for CSU faculty and staff from around the state and on campus offers opportunities to foster collaboration, and focus attention and resources on the needs and issues faced by communities across the state.

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CSU Extension leads Colorado DNR study on native pollinating insects

CSU Extension will lead a study commissioned by the Colorado Department of Natural Resources to understand the role native pollinating insects have on natural resources, determine how native insect populations are changing across the state, and recommend management practices that will benefit pollinator health.

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Tips for healthy back-to-school lunches and snacks

From planning, grocery shopping, to preparing their meals, children will appreciate the food better if they have a hand in the process. CSU Extension family and consumer science agents share top tips on how to make lunches and snacks that are easy, affordable, and healthy.


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CSU’s Office of Engagement and Extension delivers on its land-grant mission by making the university’s educational programs, services and resources accessible to all, enabling individuals to act as agents of change and together build thriving communities.

Through outreach and engagement, we engage, serve, and work in partnership with communities for the co-creation of knowledge, addressing the needs of today and tomorrow.

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