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2,650
Nebraska high schoolers who took part in the Next Chapter Nebraska college-readiness program.

156
Certified pollinator habitats established in 22 counties, with 77 percent increasing their plant abundance and diversity.

350+
Nebraskans completing a food safety course in response to the new Nebraska Cottage Food Law.

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$12.7 M
Total value of Soybean Management Field Days as identified by 2021 attendees.

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Communicating with Farmers Under Stress Program set for August 16

August 2, 2022
Stress seems to be prevalent in the agriculture sector, especially in areas where natural disasters or wildfires have occurred.

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The North Platte River – Multiuse Water

August 2, 2022
This will be a six-part part series on the dams, reservoirs, power generation and some diversion dams located on the North Platte River.

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UpStarts extension program aims to support entrepreneurship and social connectedness among youth in rural communities

August 2, 2022
At the Sun Theatre in downtown Holdrege, two teams of high school students presented potential solutions for a problem their community is currently facing: population decline.

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4Rs Nutrient Stewardship Field Day featured nutrient management and water quality research

August 2, 2022
The University of Nebraska–Lincoln 2022 4Rs Nutrient Stewardship Field Day at the Eastern Nebraska Research, Extension and Education Center on July 19 featured knowledge and tools on improving nutrient management and water quality through research and demonstrations.

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