The Center for Collaborative Conservation (CCC) is pleased to announce the tenth cohort in their Conservation Fellows Program. This cohort is made up of six fellows, two teams and two individual fellows.
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The Colorado State Forest Service and its economic development partners with the Upper Arkansas Area Council of Governments are providing loans to Colorado’s forest products businesses affected by the coronavirus.
John Sanderson, the director at the Center for Collaborative Conservation at Colorado State University, is a far walk away from his aeronautical engineering bachelor’s degree. Coming from a family of pilots with roots in Montana, a young Sanderson was torn between his fascination with flight and a passion for nature. He soon realized his true calling was conservation.
This year, the annual Celebrate Undergraduate Research and Creativity Showcase (CURC), hosted by CSU TILT, held a virtual “iPoster” session that yielded 13 awards for research conducted by Warner College undergraduate students.
As we try to find words to begin this note, the weight of what needs to be acknowledged feels heavy. During this pandemic, the pain and unprocessed grief we are collectively facing are tremendously difficult to hold. While stories of communities coming together to support one another in the midst of COVID-19 are heartwarming and serve as much-needed reminders of the good in humanity, the fact remains there are people and systems among us that perpetuate violence and injustice.
Take a look back at the history of the Warner College of Natural Resources in this CSU 150 story.
Human-wildlife impacts are among the earth’s most pressing conservation challenges, and an ecologist at Colorado State University is studying how to reduce those impacts.
A commentary in the Mongabay publication by Joel Berger, chair of Wildlife Conservation at CSU, reflects on the Western Hemisphere’s most endangered large land mammal, South America’s huemul (Hippocamelus bisulcus), a fleet-footed Patagonian deer. Berger discusses the complex threats of changing climate, seas and economies.
Confluence 2020 to be held at CSU March 10-12 is a conference connecting members of over 100 conservation groups from western states to discuss community-based collaborative conservation efforts.