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Vineyards in Dammeron Valley?

Mark and Mary Bold have family and emotional ties to the area and are investing their money, labor and energy in the belief that the special qualities of southern Utah can become part of a new grape-growing region.

In This Issue


On Collaboration and Creativity

Founded 15 years ago, the LAEP Alumni Board sought to define its mission.


Doc McKinnon Still on the Job

Recognized for his work as an outstanding large animal veterinarian, he has been coined with the name Doc.


Governor's Medals for Science and Technology

Debra Spielmaker, John Morrey, and Terry Messmer are among the 2017 recipients of the Governor’s Medal.


Utah Agriculture Products BBQ

Come enjoy Utah beef, lamb, pork, turkey, dairy, products, onion rings, corn, and salad prior to the USU vs. Colorado State football game.


Human Health in the Lab and on the Farm

Exploring ways to improve human health is a driving force for many researchers in the College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences, which is not the place many people would expect to find biomedical research.

Almnus Helps Students Succeed at Real Estate Competition

Kurt Altvater, now a senior vice president of CBRE Capital Markets decided the competition would be the perfect opportunity for current students at USU.

Day in the Life of CAAS

Days begin early and finish late in the College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences. In fact, if you account for students who are studying abroad in our programs in Taiwan or England, and faculty who collaborate with researchers around the world, the sun never really sets on CAAS.



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