Nebraska Extension in Brown, Keya Paha, and Rock Counties

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Fun with Food with Sydney Linse

Making Artisan Bread with Dawson Deibler

Dog Agility Training with Grace Olson

Hook Board Fishing Harvest with Amy Timmerman, Holt Co Extension Educator

Kindness in a Jar with Hannah Linse

Life Cycle of a Chicken with Adyson Linse

UNL Food Safety team has created some safety tips.

     grocery shopping          cleaning your produce  

     groceries at home         cleaning vs disinfecting

     cleaning your hands

Nebraska Extension is fully committed to the health and well-being of Nebraskans. In a disease situation like COVID-19, the principle of social distancing is one of the main methods that can be used to help reduce the spread of the disease.

Last year Nebraska experienced several disasters that changed individual, family and community life. As the calendar approaches the anniversary date, those impacted may experience strong emotions and feelings such as worry, anger, frustration, loss and sadness. It is important to remember that everyone is different and each individual will find their own way of coping with the memories. Reliving the sadness is a natural part of the healing process and it important to remember there is no one right way to heal.

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Nebraska Extension Receives grant to help communities retain grocery stories

September 18, 2020

Lincoln, Neb. —The University of Nebraska-Lincoln has received a grant that could help rural Nebraska communities retain their grocery stores.

The award, one of 17 Heartland Challenge Grants awarded by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, will support a team of Nebraska Extension educators to address rural business transfer opportunities of local grocery stores by providing education on models of shared business ownership, including business cooperatives.

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Training for ag professionals on crisis, suicidal behavior

September 11, 2020
An upcoming online training for agricultural professionals will teach individuals how to recognize and respond to potential signs of crisis and suicidal behavior.

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