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Ribbon Cutting Kicked off Climate Science Center

The North Central Climate Science Center (NCCSC) is underway, with a Ribbon Cutting kicking off the new space at Colorado State University earlier this moth, followed by an all-university consortium collaboration work-shop. Department of the Interior Deputy Secretary David Hayes addressed the importance of natural resource conservation and climate research. U.S. geological Survey Associate Director Matt Larsen, CSU President Tony Frank, Warner College of Natural Resources (CSU) Dean Joyce Berry and CN CSC directors Dennis Ojima and Jeff Morisette addressed the audience preceding the ribbon cutting. Afterwards, the new space was introduced, situated in CSU’s Warner College of Natural Resource’s building. The event was followed by a two-day workshop, which was collaboration between all university consortium partners in the NC CSC from eight universities and six additional organizations.


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