Best Paper Awarded - Dr. Kurt Fausch

Dr. Kurt Fausch received the Best Informational Paper Award at the Annual Meeting of the Colorado-Wyoming Chapter of the American Fisheries Society meeting, held in Laramie, WY.

Dr. Fausch presented a paper titled "Groundwater depletion in the western Great Plains is projected to dry 250 km of stream fish habitat in the next 45 years."  Kurt was a coauthor with former Ph.D. student Jeff Falke and five other scientists.

Rotoract Club of Fort Collins at CSU Earns Two Awards

The Rotoract Club of Fort Collins won two awards at the CSU Leadership Awards ceremony on Wednesday, May 4. They were awarded the Outstanding Organization of the Year and the Outstanding Officer Awards. FWCB's Dr. Delwin Benson is a member of the Fort Collins Rotary and works closely with the Rotoract Club. 
 

The Unlikely Diplomats - Recent Op-Ed from Joel Berger

Barbara Cox Anthony Chair in Wildlife Conservation Joel Berger writes about the positive, albeit unforseen, impacts of wildlife biology taking place across borders in his recent op-ed for U.S. News and World Report. Read more...
 
 

How many species of grasses, trees, flowers, mammals, fish, insects, and birds live at Colorado State University’s Mountain Campus?

The CSU Chapter of Strategies for Ecology Education, Diversity, and Sustainability found 270 unique species calling the campus home at their SEEDS Bioblitz.
A Bioblitz is a rapid species inventory conducted by scientists who bring along non-scientists to show off their passion for biodiversity and how they collect field data.
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