Aging-related programs available to older adults in Larimer County.
A group of Colorado State University faculty and Extension specialists have created a free food preservation app called Preserve Smart.
The goal of the symposium is to increase all participants’ understanding of Colorado State University’s growing role in produce safety, and connect the University’s first cohort of produce safety fellows with research and resources in various departments at CSU.
To date, 50 CSU authors have contributed 67 articles that have been read by more than 1.5 million people in countries across the globe.
A host of tools created at Colorado State University to help people lead a healthy lifestyle are now just a smartphone tap away.
CSU is partnering with the University of Hawaii to offer support to grandparents through the GRANDcares Project-- a six-week class launching next month.
What started as a way for the backyard gardener to bring extra produce to sell to the public has grown to include cottage food producers, value-added and “mom and pop” businesses.
Over the past year, a community resources team has been taking a hard look at the range of services available and how local residents access them. The collaboration includes members of the Partnership for Age-Friendly Communities (PAFC), Larimer County Extension, and the Department of Human Development and Family Studies (HDFS) at Colorado State University.
It’s not easy to make kale and chard sexy, but two Colorado State University graduate students have found clever ways to get everyone to eat more leafy greens in 2017.