The new Extension office will provide agriculture-focused programming including soil and feed testing, educational workshops, greenhouse operations, on-site assistance for weed/plant and pest ID, irrigation efficiency and more.
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As part of CSU’s land-grant mission, the Provost’s Council for Engagement serves as a connecting bridge between campus and communities across Colorado.
Recipients are recognized for their contributions to fields such as scientific research, garden communication, landscape design, youth gardening, and conservation.
Kristen Ruegg is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biology at Colorado State University.
Each year, CSU students, faculty, and alumni nominate teachers who’ve inspired them and made an impact in their lives for the Best Teacher Awards.
After the first responders leave, the community assumes the complicated process of recovery. County Extension agents shine in this stage of emergency management because of their local knowledge and relationships and their connections with state and federal agencies, as well as their talents with volunteers and partnership development.
One Health can be a difficult concept to convey, but it is a topic that is readily understood by youth. CSU veterinary student Bri Rosales worked with CSU Extension Agent Libby Christenson to translate the transdisciplinary concept of One Health into an accessible and engaging curriculum for 4-H youth.
Upon completion of the course and passing the accompanying exam, participants receive a 3-year food safety certificate.
Shirley was honored for her dedication to community-engaged scholarship, uniting academics and communities to benefit society.
Every year, school visits at the NWSS draw thousands of students from urban and rural communities, bringing youth from differing backgrounds together to learn.