A new analysis from Colorado State University found that each dollar invested by the state for these easements produced benefits of between $4 and $12 for Coloradans.
The theme of this year’s summit is Innovate Locally. Impact Globally.
The award recognizes meritorious and outstanding achievement over a five-year period by full-time members of the academic faculty; established as a tribute to Professor Pennock, who served as a distinguished professor of Civil Engineering in the 1920s.
Bayham and Mooney joined the department this fall.
The Blueprint documents key assets, emerging issues and priorities for future investments in food and agriculture.