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Broomfield County: Chris Moss – Forest and Rangeland Stewardship

During the 2022-23 academic year, we are highlighting one Colorado State University student or alum from each of Colorado's 64 counties. The Centennial State's land grant university has a connection to the diverse lands and people from the counties of Moffat to Baca, Montezuma to Sedgwick and everywhere in between.

Student Nature Video Contest Launched

It comes as no surprise that many Rams thrive on being creative and spending their time enjoying and recreating in nature. However this truth is often overlooked in university settings such as the classroom.  The Department of Human Dimensions of Natural Resources has created an opportunity to celebrate Ram's love of the outdoors and reward the best video submissions with a $1000 prize!

Tune Into Nature podcast: Felix at field camp

Felix Diaz, a fourth-year geology major in the Geosciences Department at CSU, shares his experience at the 2021 Summer Geoscience Field Camp in the most recent episode of Tune Into Nature, a Warner College of Natural Resources podcast with student hosts Becky Barbier and Kelley Sinning. 

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CSU researcher part of Indigenous climate resilience science hub 

Dominique David-Chavez, assistant professor of Indigenous Natural Resource Stewardship in the Forest and Rangeland Stewardship Department and director of the Indigenous Land and Data Stewards laboratory at Colorado State University, will work with coastal communities in Borikén (Puerto Rico) to support community-based climate research as part of a five-year $20 million grant from the National Science Foundation.  

Combatting the illegal cheetah trade, researchers first need to find the source

To break the flow of the illegal trade of live cheetah cubs, researchers at Colorado State University are searching for undocumented wild cheetahs that are supplying the high demand for pets in the Middle East. In the Horn of Africa, cheetahs are not so much poached for skins and parts, but rather caught as cubs and trafficked with other contraband through Somaliland and Yemen to wealthy collectors across the Arab Peninsula.

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