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Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Posts Tagged ‘CSU’

Gardening with The Masters

Gardening with The Masters

  Things that go bump in the garden: Bats, snakes, and toads Gardening Article By: Kathie Hopkins Colorado State University Extension Master Gardener in Larimer County Bats: The often maligned bat is a gardener’s best friend! The North American bat species are nocturnal mammals that devour more bugs than birds and bug zappers combined, and they do not suck blood from animals or humans. They specifically search out night-flying insects, such as moths and mosquitoes and a bat ... Full Story

CSU Master Gardeners

Beckoning all gardeners to ‘spring’ into action By: Khursheed Mama In yards across Northern Colorado, the emergence of spring bulbs and new growth on trees and shrubs indicates the beginning of another growing season. While many gardeners are happy to have a break during the winter months, spring brings renewed enthusiasm for spending time in the yard. It’s a good time to harness this energy and attend to basic maintenance in the garden to ensure another season of beauty. March ... Full Story

CSU Little Shop of Physics Open House

CSU Little Shop of Physics Open House

  Colorado State University Little Shop of Physics Open House Returns Feb. 23 with New Dimensions FORT COLLINS - Shine a light through your hand, measure the electricity from your muscles and make ice cream in two minutes. The Little Shop of Physics 22nd Annual Open House returns to Colorado State University with more than 300 hands-on experiments and seven interactive presentations for people of all ages. The free public event will be 10 a.m.- 6 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 23, in ... Full Story

Governor’s Forum on Colorado Agriculture

Conference Focuses on Food Safety & Agricultural Security LAKEWOOD, Colo. – The 21st annual Governor’s Forum on Colorado Agriculture, scheduled Feb. 23 in Denver, will focus on the critical challenges of food safety and agricultural security. The conference’s guest speakers will address a variety of topics related to the food system. Officials also will announce details about two new programs meant to help shape the future of agriculture in Colorado: The Colorado Agricultural ... Full Story

CSU wants pudgy puppies

CSU wants pudgy puppies

Colorado State University Wants Pudgy Puppies for Clinical Trial on Obesity and Diet Changes FORT COLLINS - Dogs with a New Year’s resolution to lose weight can try a new diet, thanks to a Colorado State University study. CSU’s Animal Cancer Center is recruiting overweight or obese dogs for a clinical trial that looks at how newly formulated food may improve Fido’s overall health and help him keep a girlish figure. The clinical trial will evaluate if a new food is more easily ... Full Story

Senator Udall Town Hall Meeting in Fort Collins

Udall to Talk about Jobs and the Economy at Town Hall Meeting  in Fort Collins U.S. Senator Mark Udall will hold a Town Hall Meeting in Fort Collins next Wednesday, January 18. He will be here  to discuss how he can partner with business and community leaders on policies that will help create jobs and spur the economy. He wishes to talk to community members about issues important to the region and his role in helping to bolster the local economy. Please note that seating is limited, and ... Full Story

Obituary: Jason James Olinger

Obituary: Jason James Olinger

Jason James Olinger of Timnath, Colorado passed away on December 17, 2011 at the age of 40. He was born in Bloomington, Illinois to Jack D. and M.J. Olinger. Jason grew up and was baptized in Dubuque, Iowa. Early life found him around family, friends and relatives, where his dad taught him to bowl. At age eight, Jason and his family moved to Westminster, Colorado, where Jason attended Mesa Elementary and Scott Carpenter Junior High. During this time, he became a Boy Scout and was active ... Full Story

Natural Gas Exploration Experts at Colorado State

    Natural Gas Symposium videos available online On October 26, Colorado State University hosted a Natural Gas Symposium featuring natural gas experts from across campus including former Gov. Bill Ritter - now the director of CSU's Center for the New Energy Economy - as well as industry and environmental organization representatives. To see full-length videos of the 10 speakers and panels at the symposium, go to ... Full Story

Poinsettia Sale Caps Semester of Greenhouse Learning

Poinsettia Sale Caps Semester of Greenhouse Learning FORT COLLINS - For four months, students in Colorado State University’s fall floriculture practicum have nursed hundreds of poinsettias from tiny rooted cuttings into vivid holiday plants. And after a semester of watchful greenhouse gardening, the horticulture students see their poinsettias as more than simple potted plants. The students view their poinsettias as the living embodiment of seasonal celebration. “It’s really ... Full Story

Derek Good stays on his feet

Derek Good stays on his feet

Late father continues to inspire CSU kick returner     Good follows dad's advice, stays on feet By Nick Frank Athletic Media Relations If you're not on your feet to catch it, it will go right past you. Growing up, that's what Derek Good's dad, Matthew, told him repeatedly. Initially, Derek thought that advice meant that he needed to be on his feet to catch a pass, or else of course, it would go right past him. Like a lot of children that look up to their ... Full Story

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