The Colorado FFA Foundation inducted Beth LaShell, coordinator of the Old Fort for Fort Lewis College, into the Farm Credit Colorado Agriculture Hall of Fame. LaShell was honored for her significant contributions to the Colorado agricultural industry, including her role in managing Old Fort cattle and hay production and training beginning farmers in vegetable and fruit production and financial management.
As the West continues to struggle with widespread drought, some officials are now worried that it threatens our hydroelectric infrastructure in the region. Gigi Richard, director of the Four Corners Water Center and instructor of Geosciences, spoke at a conference about drought conditions and what to expect this winter.
Assistant Professor of Anthropology Jesse Tune sat down with the “A Life in Ruins” podcast to help unpack a surprising new finding at White Sands National Park. The finding, a human footprint dating back approximately 21,000 years ago, would be the earliest evidence of human activity on the North American continent.