Larkspur and cattle may be able to peacefully coexist in the American west
A new study found that while predators like mountain lions are generally fearful of and avoid humans, hunger can dampen that fear.
Researchers found less irreversible damage from livestock in Mongolia’s rangelands than what had been estimated.
A study from Colorado State University finds new promise for biofuels produced from switchgrass, a non-edible native grass.
The World Research Summit for Tourism and Hospitality: Innovation, Partnerships and Sharing recognized Colorado State University Associate Professor Stuart Cottrell and Cottrell's former Ph.D. student Pavlina McGrady with its 2017 The Abraham L. Pizam Best Paper Award for their paper on “Factors Affecting Corporate Sustainability Among Colorado Ski Resorts: A Mixed-Methods Approach”.
Researchers are monitoring snowpack, soil moisture and streamflow at different elevations across Colorado.
A new model to fill a niche in evaluating the rangeland system resilience and climate change risk assessments.
New three dimensional forest visualizations assist in communicating forest management outcomes