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Ag Education Continues to Thrive


Colorado has one of the most robust agriculture education systems with degrees in crop sciences, soil conservation, land management and unique programs for future educators.

Courses range from agribusiness to bioengineering. Colorado State University is ranked as one of the best value agriculture colleges, offering 15 programs in its College of Agriculture. A facility designed specifically for agriculture education opened in Ft. Collins as part of CSU’s Agriculture Education program.

CSU and other programs in the state provide uniquely designed shops, classrooms and field opportunities that promote environmental and community awareness, economic value and specialized training specific to agriculture educators.

– Miranda Dodd, SLJ 100 Communications

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