Meets: Every Thursday - 5:30pm @ Wagar 133
The Colorado State University Student Sub-Unit of the American Fisheries Society is a nonprofit, student run organization.
The Colorado State University Chapter of SEEDS (Strategies for Ecology Education, Diversity, and Sustainability) is committed to enhancing ecology education, especially for underrepresented minorities.
The Colorado State University Bass Fishing Team fishes the FLW College Series Southern Division tournaments. We are also dedicated to conservation and sportsmanship in bass fishing.
Meets: Bi-weekly on Wednesdays - 5:00 pm @ NR142
College Council programs events for WCNR, fosters community in the college and represents Warner College students on an administrative and university level
The Society for Ecological Restoration CSU Student Guild is an official student chapter of the Society for Ecological Restoration International (SER).Kick off the Fall semester right by joining the Restoration Ecology club!
The Ecosystem Science & Sustainability (ESS) Club aims to unite students who are passionate about sustainability.The Watershed Club strives to provide social activities and interests in the field of Watershed Science to our participants.
Join the Colorado State University Geosciences Club! Consisting of majors and non-majors, each member shares a common interest in geosciences.Membership is open to all CSU students, and no membership dues are required. If you are interested in seeing and learning about local geology, this club is for you!
MANRRS (Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related Sciences) is a national society that welcomes membership of people of all racial and ethnic group participation in agricultural and related sciences careers.
Meets: Thursdays - 5pm @ MSNR 243 - Email: email@example.com
Rangeland Ecology Club is composed of individuals with a common interest in the study, management, and rational use of rangelands.Rangeland Ecology is an exciting and rewarding undergraduate degree program at CSU which prepares students for a wide variety of natural resource professions.
Meets: Bi-weekly @ Sherwood Forest
We seek to provide students with an extension of their education outside the classroom through experiential learning, networking opportunities with professionals both locally and nationally, and the chance to socialize among peers with a shared passion for the field of forestry.
Meets: Meetings will be every third Thursday of the month @ 6 pm!
SWEP is a national non-profit organization devoted to women pursuing environmental professions and involved in making a more eco-friendly world and community!
Contact Information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Meets: Last Wednesday of each month - 5 pm
SAFE provides students from diverse backgrounds an open forum on fire ecology through which research can be shared, networks formed, and funding and information resources can be accessed.
We aim to bring together many different disciplines so that we can truly make a difference in conservation. By educating as many people as possible, and making links through all the different areas of study we can be a powerful force for conservation.
Alpha Gamma Rho is the Fraternity sharing a common bond within a dynamic, global agriculture and natural resources interest, committed to fostering the highest values and providing each and every member with superior lifelong personal development and professional success.
Meets: Wednesday - 5pm @ Forestry 212
The Colorado State University's Student Firefighter Association (SFA), is an association comprised of active, past, and aspiring wildland firefighters, students, professors and researchers.
Meets: Bi-weekly on Tuesdays - 6 pm @ Wagar 231
The Colorado State University Student Chapter provides hands-on learning, professional speakers, and volunteering opportunities, to cultivate academic, social and career interests in wildlife management.
Meets: Bi-weekly on Thursdays - 5:00 pm @ Sherwood Forest
Watershed Club provides opportunities and experience in leadership, networking, volunteering, and collaboration. Past events have been documentary film viewings, restoration projects, Poudre Canyon highway clean-ups , fundraisers, and many others to come.
Meets: Every other Thursday - 5:00pm in MSNR 142
The association revolves around networking, bringing in guest speakers, attending conferences and tourism related events, and also participating in fundraising and philanthropic efforts.
Meets: Meeting time and place vary each semester
Xi Sigma Pi is an international honors society for students in forestry and natural resources. Members must first be nominated on merit and complete an initiation process in order to be considered full members of the society.
Rams for the Boundary Waters and Wilderness Advocacy, is a wilderness advocacy organization at CSU; committed to making the earth a better place. Focusing on saving the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness from sulfide-ore copper mining and providing opportunities to advocate for other Wilderness and Public Land issues.
This organization aims to share an appreciation and understanding of local birding, avian ecology, and avian conservation issues.
Meets: Varies - see website for details
The CSU Fly Fishing Club is a way for students to get together and enjoy fly fishing, as well as to participate in aquatic conservation. We are a Chapter of the Trout Unlimited (TU) 5 Rivers program. 5 Rivers is the collegiate program of TU, a national organization that promotes coldwater conservation through fly fishing.
Meets: Every Monday at 5:30 p.m. in Clark 213
Out in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (oSTEM), Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit professional association for LGBTQ people in the STEM community. With almost 90 student chapters at colleges/universities and professional chapters in cities across the United States and abroad, oSTEM is the largest chapter-based organization focused on LGBTQ people in STEM.
Meets: Thursday from 6:00 - 7:00pm in the MSNR Building - Room 142
We are a student-led group enthusiastic about reducing waste on campus and in our personal lives, through outreach and education. We host waste diversion and up-cycling events such as home football, volleyball, and basketball games, craft nights, and potlucks. We hope to spread knowledge about proper waste management practices, in order to create a culture of zero waste on campus and throughout our community. We also work directly with the University to improve waste infrastructure, with a focus on compost collection.