Nick Hagan has always been one to pursue his passions. Now a wildlife technology student at FRCC, he’s striving to do his part through conservation work.
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Colorado State University and Front Range Community College have enlisted some of their students to help make crossings safer for wildlife.
An 8-year career in the Army earned Levi Lynch two Purple Hearts. He had to retire due to an injury—but he came to FRCC and found a path to his next endeavor.
It is hot and humid as I walk over the hilly terrain of Forest Park in St. Louis. There is a sense of excitement in the air. Chants of “Save Mother Gaia” can be heard emanating from white tents scattered throughout the park. Incense invades my nostrils. It is Earth Day. I am 17, and […]
Bees were buzzing about the blooming asters as the Pollinator Garden on the Larimer Campus was dedicated, and that is the point of the garden. The garden is the latest area to join the city of Fort Collins Nature in the City program, which committed grant funds to the project. As Stephanie Blochowiak, an environmental planner […]
Front Range Community College is the newest member of the Rocky Mountains Cooperative Ecosystems Study Unit, a consortium of nine federal agencies and now 17 research and educational institutions in the Rocky Mountain West. “This partnership provides a mechanism for FRCC to receive funding for projects on federal lands or in partnership with federal agencies,” […]
A clump of honeybees clouds the small hole in the side of the Sunlight Peak classroom building at Front Range Community College’s Larimer Campus in Fort Collins. While the bees tirelessly make foraging trips and return to an observation hive for biology students, Evelyn Freytag takes a well-earned break from digging in the sticky clay […]