Academically, it has an environmental engineering program, which ranked 10th in US News’ 2010 list of best grad schools in the . There is a Green Practices Committee, established in 1999, whose general objective is to develop practices to improve environmental quality, reduce waste, and conserve resources. CMU’s Steinbrenner Institute for Environmental Education and Research offers three-year PhD fellowships in . Environmental Sustainability. There is also a Master of Science in Sustainable Design in the School of Architecture and various other courses.
Time for a celebration! 9 years ago today Fermentedly Challenged got it's start as a fun way to track the craft beers and breweries I have explored and enjoyed. Never knew that this fun passion of mine would last this long. Cheers to all the great people I've met during this time - there have been countless numbers of you that I've had the privilege to talk to and share a beer with. Thanks too to all the fans and followers of Fermentedly Challenged.
I know that I've taken time off for a couple long stretches during this time and that I couldn't always keep up with the 350+ breweries across the state. It's not easy to follow everything that's been going on. But tomorrow is always another day to explore and while I still can I will continue to have fun tasting beers and meeting great fans of beer.
Cheers to you all. May we all look forward to another great year of craft beer here in Colorado!
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