Experience the Nebraska State Fair-- Aug. 26 to Sept. 5 in Grand Island --
View more than 12,000 4-H exhibits, taste food from local Nebraska companies and discover free interactive activities for youth. All at the Nebraska State Fair.
Beat the HeatNebraska Extension offers tips on handling cattle in hot weather.
WeCook Program Gives Healthy Options to Youth4-H's WeCook Program is helping low-income youth and their families create fun and nutritious meals.
Making 'SENSE' of Nitrogen UseProject SENSE adopts new technologies to focus on improving nitrogen use efficiency by fertilization during the growing season.
From Research to RealityNebraska Extension has delivered research-based knowledge to people through direct teaching, experiential learning opportunities and publication.
Nebraska Extension in Box Butte County
EC 309 -DIRECT HARVEST OF DRY EDIBLE BEANS-A Nebraska Perspective - PDF
--- John A. Thomas, Extension Educator, John A. Smith, Professor Emeritus, and Robert G. Wilson, Professor Emeritus
Medicare Assistance September 12
Nebraska Senior Health Insurance Information Program (SHIIP) volunteer, Jeanne Murray, will be in Alliance at the University of Nebraska Box Butte County Extension Office, 415 Black Hills Ave, on September 12, 2016 to help persons new to Medicare in 2016, Medicaid beneficiaries with Prescription Drug Plans and answer questions. To schedule an appointment, call Jeanne at 308-632-6554.A Quick, Easy Method to Measure Harvest Loss in Pinto or Great Northern Bean Fields - PDF
Social Security Office Phone Number
The phone number for the Social Security Office in Scottsbluff is 1-800-297-4291. You will need to use this number when you have questions about Social Security, redetermination information for Low Income Subsidy, for enrolling in Social Security and Medicare, and anything else concerning Social Security.
Farm Land Leasing Agreements, Reports, and Land Market Information
AgrAbility Helps Keep Farmers, Ranchers with Disabilities on the Farm
Nebraska Extension and Easter Seals Nebraska are partners in a program that helps farmers and ranchers with disabling injuries or other health-related conditions become independent enough to carry on and succeed at their profession. For more information, please see the High Plains Journal article on AgrAbility.