Nebraska Extension Debuts New Strategic DirectionOur new direction leverages Extension’s expertise and strengths to align with what Nebraskans tell us they want and need.
TAPS program coming soon to high school classroomsHusker researchers and the teachers worked to develop curriculum modules for their students.
New Program Reaches Indigenous TeensProgram is helping Native American teens gain hands-on lessons regarding traditional Indigenous peoples’ farming beliefs and practices.
Nebraska high schoolers who took part in the Next Chapter Nebraska college-readiness program.
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.
Total value of Soybean Management Field Days as identified by 2021 attendees.
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Stephenson named associate director of Panhandle Research, Extension and Education Center
March 20, 2023
Mitchell Stephenson has been permanently appointed to the role of associate director of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Panhandle Research, Extension and Education Center in Scottsbluff. The appointment took effect Jan. 1, 2023.
UNL Releases Preliminary Farm Real Estate Market Survey Results
March 16, 2023
UNL released the Preliminary Nebraska Farm Real Estate Market Survey Results earlier this month.
Promoting Soil Health in Nebraska
March 15, 2023
Well over 60 area farmers, ranchers, agronomists, and agency representatives filled Bridgeport’s Prairie Winds Community Center to learn about soil health at the first installment of three Nebraska Soil Health School events taking place this year.
Hay speaks on energy conservation and savings with a solar array
March 10, 2023
How much people save on their electric bill after installing a solar array depends largely on local policies, John Hay, a Nebraska extension educator, told NRT students recently.