Colorado State University consistently ranks as one of the country’s most sustainable academic institutions by the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education. You might say that being green is in our DNA. We understand that the health of our environment determines the health of our future. Your support ensures that CSU continues to address global sustainability challenges with innovation and excellence as we develop our next generation sustainability leaders.
How You Can Help
Wolf Conflict Reduction Fund
Your gift to the Wolf Conflict Reduction fund supports the efforts of Colorado State University and partners to implement non-lethal tools to assist livestock producers to reduce conflict with wolves.
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CSU Energy Institute
The Energy Institute delivers real-world energy solutions addressing global challenges through research and programming made possible through investment from key partners, such as corporations, foundations, and individual donors.
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Support the Salazar Center
The Salazar Center for North American Conservation builds bridges that connect academic research, community practice, and policy development to advance innovative stewardship solutions for North America’s land and water resources. Your gift promotes communication, engagement, and connectivity to restore and maintain our ecosystems.
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Contact us for more ways to support Sustainability.
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The Power of Philanthropy
January 27, 2023
Colorado State University makes it four in a row for sustainability, earns fourth consecutive platinum STARS designation.
Colorado State University to provide grants for communities coexisting with wolves
November 9, 2022
CSU is partnering with ranchers in rural communities to develop sustainable approaches to help reduce conflict with wolves. As part of those efforts, CSU plans to offer a series of grants through the Wolf Conflict Reduction Fund to support ranching livelihoods in landscapes with wolves.
Donated 3.5-megawatt engine supports clean-energy hydrogen fuel research at CSU
June 27, 2022
The turbine’s arrival at the Powerhouse Energy Campus marked the beginning of its new life in higher education research.