Supporting information is required for ALL Home Environment Exhibits. Information must include the elements and principles of deign used and steps taken to complete project.
4-H Online EnrollmentThe on-line enrollment can be accessed at ne.4honline.com
If you have any questions, please call or email!
Did you know?The creation, and implementation, of new 4-H STEM programs to meet the needs of Colfax County school enrichment and afterschool programming, has increased outreach to underserved audiences by 20%.
Through the use of new 4-H robotics curricula, obtained through a partnership with Cargill Meat Solutions in Schuyler, Nebraska Extension staff have delivered STEM programming into 90% of Colfax County schools.
153 farmers and crop advisors representing 1.3 million acres attended the Soybean Management Field Day held on a cooperator’s farm north of Schuyler in 2016. Respondents indicated an average value of knowledge gained and/or practice changes of $8.90 per acre.
Emerald Ash Borer RecommendationsBottom line for homeowners at this time – Wait to treat until Emerald Ash Borer has been found within 15 miles of a tree!
Now is the time to be deciding whether you will treat your ash tree or not. If there is room near an ash tree, consider planting another tree for down the road.
Crop Tech CafeWeekly reports on local crop conditions & agronomic issues
Flood ResourcesThe following link provides current resources related to flooding.
Nebraska Extension is partnering with a number of state agencies and organizations to help people in our communities on the road to recovery. Those affected by the flood might be unsure where to begin the cleanup process. Safety is a priority whether it be entering a damaged structure, food safety concerns, drinking water contamination or cleaning up. Resources for families and individuals, home and business owners, and the agriculture sector are available at the latest flood resources from Nebraska Extension at https://flood.unl.edu.
Rental rates for irrigated, dryland and pasture acres are a common question received by our office. There are two resources that can be used to start a conversation between land owner and tenant: 1) UNL Department of Ag Economics Survey published every March that covers land values as well as cash rents and 2) USDA NASS Cash Rent Survey published every other year.