Professor Lorann Stallones has been recognized for her outstanding contribution to agricultural health and safety research.
When it comes to making your lawn stand out – whether dealing with weeds, getting rid of pesky insects or simplifying maintenance – CSU Extension has the resources to get you pointed in the right direction.
A pilot program between CSU's Salazar Center for North American Conservation and Denver Parks and Recreation will make up to $150,000 available to one to two research teams to identify and fund actionable research that support the city’s climate management needs and decision-making.
"As a lifelong cat lover, I hate hearing about how much of a nuisance they can be to gardens and yards. Not to mention the stress they can put on the local bird population!"
We are kicking off the summer with CSU students heading to communities across Colorado for hands-on learning as part of the CSU Extension Internship Program.
"You’re wondering why an Extension blogger from Routt County, of all places, is submitting a piece on grasshoppers, right? "
We've outlined the top tips for how to deal with common insects that can find their way into your home so you can rest easy and avoid infestations.
CSU-clad students, staff, faculty, alumni and friends are all invited to the 2022 Rams at the Rockies event. The first pitch is scheduled for 1:10 p.m. Sunday, July 31. The Rockies host the Los Angeles Dodgers and the entire CSU Ram family is invited to attend. An RSVP is required.