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
Amanda M. Countryman, associate professor of Agricultural Economics at Colorado State University, discusses trade issue in Vietnam on Vietnamese National Television (1:10).
The Interdisciplinary Training, Education and Research in Food-Energy-Water Systems (InTERFEWS) Program brings together PhD students from traditionally disparate disciplines to conduct research on key problems in the FEW nexus with a focus on water-scarce, arid regions.
The Economics of Ecosystems & Biodiversity for Agriculture and Food Evaluation Framework is intended to improve assessment of costs and benefits of “eco-agri-food” systems in order to achieve positive outcomes for farmers and consumers as well as for biodiversity and ecosystem services.
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