CSU leader sees big changes ahead for ag education


A flowering of new interest in agriculture seems to be budding, but it’s unlikely to look like the familiar methods of recent years, Colorado State University President Tony Frank said Thursday. New interest in agriculture is likely to crop up in a diverse range of areas, ranging from local food production as a result of the eat-local, grow-local movement, growing specific crops to address specific human-health issues, and so on, Frank said in an interview with The Daily Sentinel.