Dozens of CSU students who interned with CSU Extension for 10 weeks over the summer shared what they learned from engaging with communities, Extension experts and University researchers across the state at Canvas Stadium on Oct. 24.
Kerri Rollins, a two-time graduate of Colorado State University, was recently selected to serve as CSU Extension’s Front Range Regional Director, a position she’s held in an interim capacity since 2020.
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.
On November 17, CSU's Regional Economic Development Institute is hosting a conversation on the factors driving housing pricing in Colorado.
Join the Colorado Water Center next Monday, September 26, at the CSU Lory Student Center for a one-day symposium, Living with the Colorado River Compact: Past, Present and Future.
Amy Parsons – CEO of a global e-commerce company based in Denver, longtime Colorado State University leader, and former executive vice chancellor for the CSU System – has been named as the finalist in the search for the 16th president of Colorado State University in Fort Collins.
A CSU team has been awarded the inaugural grant from a program created by the Salazar Center for North American Conservation in partnership with Denver Parks and Recreation. The Urban Climate Resilience initiative was launched earlier this year.
The grants will help fund CSU and partners to develop and implement on-the-ground non-lethal tools and peer-to-peer learning experiences to assist producers and communities in areas with wolves.
More than 150 top conservation researchers, practitioners, policymakers, and philanthropic partners gathered in Denver and online earlier this month for the fourth annual International Symposium on Conservation Impact, hosted by the Salazar Center for North American Conservation.
Earlier this month at the fourth annual International Symposium on Conservation Impact, the Salazar Center for North American Conservation announced the launch of its Peregrine Accelerator for Conservation Impact, a new program designed to spur innovative solutions for ecological and human health in the Rio Grande River basin, known as the Rio Bravo in Mexico.
This Saturday at 10 a.m., Gitanjali Rao, a Colorado 4-H'er who was named TIME’s Kid of the Year in 2020, will be speaking at "60 Years Celebrating Seeds of Innovation" at the Forge Campus in Loveland. This public event is free and Governor Jared Polis is scheduled to deliver remarks on innovation in Northern Colorado.
CSU's Architectural Virtual Library provides virtual reality tours of buildings in Sterling and on CSU’s campus completed by interior architecture and design student interns.
Libby Christensen is one of 14 new Rural Initiative specialists with CSU Extension. Christensen will be focusing on addressing system-wide challenges faced by diverse stakeholders across Colorado's food and agricultural economies.
Nicole Didero is one of 14 new Rural Initiative specialists who recently joined CSU Extension. Didero will be focusing on helping communities thrive across Colorado's western region, with a focus on food and agriculture production.
In the 1970s, the Larimer County Farmers’ Market in Fort Collins was started by a group of Colorado Master Gardeners as an outreach activity to give backyard growers who had too much produce an outlet to sell it. Now, it's transformed into a powerful force for supporting local businesses and improving access to healthy food.
In celebration of National 4-H Week, we're highlighting top 4-H photographers who participated in the Colorado State Fair's 4-H digital photo contest.
Ginger Williams is one of 14 new Rural Initiative specialists who recently joined CSU Extension. Williams will be focusing on improving public health in Colorado's eastern region, which includes 10 counties in the state's northeast corner covering over 17,000 square miles.
Michael Lucero, a CSU Extension family and consumer science instructor in El Paso County, shares a recipe for a holiday blueberry freezer jam.
The Salazar Center for North American Conservation will host its fourth annual International Symposium on Conservation Impact on Oct. 6-7 in Denver. Registration is now open to the general public.
This August, CSU Extension open a new Lake County Extension office marking the first time the organization has had a physical location in the county since the 1970s.
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.
For decades, Colorado AgrAbility has focused on helping farmers and ranchers with physical challenges live healthy and productive lives. However, seeing a growing need in recent years, they have doubled down on their efforts to improve access to mental health care in rural communities.
Educators from CSU Extension’s AmeriCorps program and faculty in the College of Agriculture have created free 4-H curriculum to help introduce agricultural concepts to 3rd-5th graders.
Kerri Rollins, a two-time graduate of Colorado State University, was recently selected to serve as CSU Extension’s Front Range Regional Director, a position she’s held in an interim capacity since 2020. In her role, Rollins oversees more than 80 Extension professionals across 10 counties in Colorado.
Eric McPhail began his role as regional director for CSU Extension's Western Region on Sept. 19. He will be moving from his office in Gunnison County, were he previously served as the county's Extension director, to Grand Junction.
The Sci on the Fly mobile outreach lab with a focus on VR technology and is debuting at the Colorado State Fair in Pueblo, which runs until Sept. 5. The trailer will be located in the Ag Pavilion.
On September 1, Kurt Jones stepped into the role of regional director for CSU Extension’s mountain region, which includes Chaffee County, where he previously served as county director, as well as Clear Creek, Custer, Eagle, Fremont, Gilpin, Grand, Jackson, Lake, Park, Pitkin, Summit and Teller counties.
Jennifer Gimbel, a senior water policy scholar with CSU's Colorado Water Center, has been awarded the prestigious Wayne N. Aspinall Water Leader of the Year award by the Colorado Water Congress.
Over the summer, support from CSU’s Office of Engagement and Extension’s Rural Initiative made it possible for the team at CAM’s Ag Academy to offer free, hands-on educational programming at the Mesa County fair.
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.