Michael Klamm is now the national cattle statistician at the National Agricultural Statistics Service.
Now open for business, the center is designed to help fill a void in agricultural education teachers for K-12 students and community colleges across Colorado and the United States.
Assistant Professors Dale Manning and Jordan Suter are collaborating with CSU colleagues in comparing student health and performance at schools like Fossil Ridge High School in Fort Collins to those at schools that don’t have as many ‘green’ features.
In an effort to bring together agricultural innovators as well as innovators and entrepreneurs who may not see themselves as a part of agriculture, CSU will host an “Advancing the Agriculture Economy through Innovation” Summit March 18-20, 2015.
When you mention farmers markets, spring and summer bounties are usually what come to mind. What most people don’t know is that the Northern Colorado Food Cluster hosts farmers markets in Old Town Fort Collins throughout the year, including two in December.