Agricultural & Resource Economics
Improve the societal well-being of the people of Colorado and beyond by creating and sharing tools and information aimed to solve economic, managerial, educational, and policy related problems within the agri-food and resource systems
Our students have opportunities to become FFA leaders, to participate in national and regional conferences, and to gain practical experience through FFA career development activities.
Amanda M. Countryman, associate professor of Agricultural Economics at Colorado State University, wrote this piece for The Conversation in October 2018, following the announcement of the new trade agreement among the U.S., Canada and Mexico. Colorado State is a contributing institution to The Conversation, an independent collaboration between editors and academics that provides informed news analysis and commentary…
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