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Agricultural Biology

Join our dedicated team of global innovators to build the critical knowledge and essential skills needed to expand the future of our global food supply. Whether your interests are in plants, insects or microbes, there is a place for you in agricultural biology. No matter who you are, or where you come from, we invite you to take a seat at our table. Let’s grow a better future together.

What is Agricultural Biology?

Research and Engagement

Our research covers every aspect of plant and ecosystem health. We solve biological problems in natural and managed agricultural systems through our collaborative partnerships, like our K-12 education programs. Our aim is continue to strengthening food security and safety while keeping plants and ecosystems healthy.

Focus Areas 

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Story of Impact

Whitney Cranshaw

Entomology Professor Whitney Cranshaw spent his career making sure he has reserved a seat at the table for all Coloradoans who question the critters in their fields, garages, and backyards. A good deal of phobias are attached to insects—from spiders to miller moths—and Cranshaw delights in educating the public about those insects’ back stories.

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Agricultural Biology Degrees and Programs

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Contact the Department of Agricultural Biology

Plant Sciences C 129
Campus Delivery 1177
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, CO 80523-1177
(970) 491-5261
cas_agbiomain@mail.colostate.edu