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Certified pollinator habitats established in 22 counties, with 77 percent increasing their plant abundance and diversity.

Nebraskans completing a food safety course in response to the new Nebraska Cottage Food Law.


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Construction on canal tunnels could begin in fall

April 13, 2024
The 2024 Yonts Water Conference, on April 10, hosted representatives from the Goshen Irrigation District and HDR Engineering, who presented an update on the progress of replacing the tunnels on the Goshen and Gering-Fort Laramie Irrigation Districts 129-mile-long mainline canal.

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Don’t forget to register for Nebraska Soil Health School

April 13, 2024
Dryland cropping systems will be the focus of the April 24 Nebraska Soil Health School at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s (UNL) High Plains Ag Lab (HPAL).

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Engaging Agriculture: Embryology a classroom springtime favorite

April 1, 2024
Spring is here, and Nebraska elementary students are busy learning about embryology.

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Conference Focuses on Entrepreneurial Development in Nebraska Communities

March 29, 2024
Sidney is welcoming community development professionals from across the country for the 6th annual Connecting Entrepreneurial Communities Conference May 1-2.

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