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The schedule for summer workshops is now available!

Summer Workshop Schedule

Summer workshops fill up fast so don't wait to register! As a reminder, workshops are open to youth not enrolled in the program, but 4-H youth will have priority when registering.

Call the Extension Office at 402-372-6006 to register!

4-H Online is now open for 2024! Youth and volunteers can enroll at: v2.4honline.com 

Need assistance or a refresher for enrolling? See helpful documents below. For more assistance, please contact the Extension Office at 402-372-6006.

ALL YOUTH ENROLLED BY MAY 1, 2024 WILL RECEIVE A FREE CUMING COUNTY 4-H T-SHIRT!

Cuming County to host a 2-day Tractor & Safety Equipment Training on Tuesday, May 28th and Wednesday, May 29th in West Point.

Nebraska Extension and Central States Center for Agricultural Safety and Health at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, College of Public Health, have announced plans for the annual “tractor safety” training courses scheduled at 8 sites across Nebraska in late May and early June.

This page provides air temperature, soil temperature, relative humidity, wind speed, and other data on a hourly basis at Oakland in Burt county on the date range selected.

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Panhandle Research Extension and Education Center awards scholarships

May 23, 2024
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln Panhandle Research, Extension, and Education Center awarded Delaney Pohl, Jadon Skavdahl, and William Skavdahl each $1000 scholarship to any Nebraska University Campus.

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2024 Nebraska Soil Health School has successful launch

May 9, 2024
The first installment of a planned 2024 Nebraska Soil Health School series was held on April 24 at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln High Plains Ag Lab in Sidney, Neb. The event addressed the semi-arid Panhandle climate and potential management practices for soil health and had over 60 attendees.

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Building Bridges in Conservation: Nebraska hosts inaugural natural resources workshop

April 15, 2024
Overlooking the iconic Platte River, over 100 natural resource professionals and students met to build and foster new collaborations at the first Natural Resources Conservation Connecting Points Workshop.

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