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Colorado State unveils organic ag program

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Regarding the sidebar article entitled "Universities lag on organics" (HCN, 12/26/05: Universities lag on organics): I am a professor of soil science at Colorado State University, and, of course, it’s true that organic agriculture research is limited at land-grant universities, primarily due to funding limitations. But we are putting together a new interdisciplinary program in organic agriculture for undergraduates at CSU. The program, which includes eight new courses, is scheduled to start fall semester 2006. For information, contact me at Jessica.Davis@colostate.edu.

Jessica Davis
Fort Collins, Colorado

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