As the weather warms, prepare your yard and garden with water-wise and native pollinator-friendly plants. Make sure to check out these amazing resources from the Denver Botanic Gardens on water-wise gardening and landscaping.
MSU Denver also hosts many special graduation celebrations to recognize the hard work of the diverse students at MSU Denver. These celebrations highlight the achievements of students in their own unique way. Some are culturally based, others are based on a specific academic programs.
Volunteer Opportunity with ASCP- Move Out Waste Diversion
Now- May 18
ASCP will collect items that students no longer need as they move out of their dorms and apartments. We will collect usable goods, non-perishable food items, and personal care products to keep them out of landfills!
All current students, staff, and faculty from the Community College of Denver, Metropolitan State University of Denver, and the University of Colorado Denver who have attended or are currently attending any classes at the Auraria Campus are invited to participate.
The purpose of this study is to gain information on how students at the Auraria Campus understand sustainability and what sustainability-related initiatives are most important to you. The information gathered by this survey will inform how sustainability efforts are implemented here at Auraria.
Caught in the Middle: A River Between Two Dams and the Future of the Grand Canyon
Story Map by American Rivers
Draining nearly one-third of the American Southwest, the river slakes the thirst of over 40 million people, irrigates an area the size of New Hampshire and fuels a $1.4 trillion dollar economy along the way.
The Colorado River is the beating heart of the American Southwest.
Note: Explore the Story Map on a desktop computer for best viewing.
Drought is threatening one of the biggest fruit and vegetable producing countries for all of the European Union—Spain. Nearly half of Spain’s crop exports like lettuce and strawberries have been grown in the southeastern part of the country that uses diverted water from the River Tagus to the north.