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CSU In The News Archive
Colorado Sun: What most of the grape growers have to do for now is wait. The extent of the damage isn’t certain yet, said Horst Caspari, a viticulturist with the Colorado State University Western Colorado Research Center.
Aspen Times: Sarah Marshall, an ecohydrologist with the Colorado Natural Heritage Program at Colorado State University, said she sees the value in Blue Valley Ranch’s experiment. She, too, wants to better understand the effects of phosphorus on a river’s ecology.
Los Angeles Times: The forestry program at Colorado State University estimates pinus ponderosae scopulorum covers 2 million acres of the state, about 8% of Colorado’s forestland.
Ag Journal: He recalls a conversation with a wheat grower who had planted a section of ground with a CSU variety that all died during a severe cold snap. He made a point to let Haley know.
Ch. 9, Denver: The Denver Zoo wrote in a Facebook post that Nias died on Dec. 17. Colorado State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Services is currently working to determine her cause of death.
Sterling Journal-Advocate: According to Jim Klett, Professor, Colorado State University, Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture for three summers and two winters, CSU trials new varieties of perennials from the last 3 years.
Ch. 4, Denver: Both the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and Colorado State University Professor Alan Schenkel say the likelihood of the virus transmitting between people via mail is very unlikely.
Ch. 9, Denver: The Colorado State University Marching Band’s drum majors talk about the importance of being a part of the 9NEWS Parade of Lights.
Ch. 4, Denver: CPW researchers have teamed up with those from Colorado State University’s Fish and Wildlife Research Unit in hopes of improving testing, treatment, and management of the problem.