The College of Agricultural Sciences

Western Center for Integrated Resource Management


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    Hands-On Field Trips



    Fall 2014 Class Touring with IRM Alumni Geoff Hess at the local Oskar Blues Brewery

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    Fall 2014 Class CSU Ropes Challenge Course

    Sarah and Shelby, new IRM Classmates work their way through the CSU Ropes Challenge Course

    WCIRM Class of 2014-15 participated in the CSU Ropes Challenge Course doing Team-building exercises to discover their areas of discomfort when dealing with each other and within themselves. This exercise was designed to flow into their first on-campus course, AGRI 630, Integrated Decision Making and Management Skills, with the subtitle, Courageous Leadership.

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    Amanda Walnes Internship

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    Amanda Walnes rounds up a few cows as a part of her WCIRM internship.



Kraig Peel WCIRM Coordinator

The Western Center for Integrated Resources Management offers Master of Agriculture program that allow students the opportunity to receive a multi-disciplinary Agriculture degree in as little as one year. Students study landscape ecology, agriculture economics, animal nutrition and production, resource management, wildlife conservation, finance, and business. Real-time experience and practical, on the ground skills set the IRM Master of Agriculture Degree apart from other graduate degrees.