Nebraska Extension in Gage County
Are you interested in learning what a career in Extension looks like?
We are looking for a summer intern to assist with Gage County Fair activities and Extension Programming. Preferred age of candidate would be high school graduate or college student. Applications due March 15. Check out full job description and application below.
Any questions regarding the position, contact: Gage-County@unl.edu.
Register for upcoming Land Applicator Training. Farmers or manure haulers that need to be certified or simply want to learn more on how to interpret manure sample tests should sign up.
Land Applicator Training Information
February 26, Saline County Extension Office, Wilber
4-HOnline has cleared all projects for 2019 in an effort to create more accurate reporting. This means that you will have to re-add projects from previous 4-H years, they did not roll over to this year's enrollment. We have provided a file that lists last year's (2017-2018) projects for each youth. Please feel free to use this document while enrolling for 2019.
2017-2018 Project List by Youth
National 4-H Congress Gage County Delegate's Reports
Four Gage County 4-H youth were awarded a trip to National 4-H Congress in Atlanta this past November, 2018. Receiving a trip were Preston Acton, Holmesville; Halie Parde, Emily Rempel, Beatrice; Melina Kostal, Odell. Read their Congress reports below.
Gage County 4-H Enrollment
Enrollment is open for 2018-2019 Gage County 4-H. All 4-H youth (ages 8-18) and leaders/volunteers are required to enroll online every year. Enrollment deadline is May 1. NEW THIS YEAR...$10 dues must be paid online at conclusion of enrollment process. We encourage all members to enroll using a computer and not your mobile device. This site is not mobile friendly and can cause some issues when it comes time to pay your dues online. Enrollment instructions for new members can be found at the Extension Office or online at gage.unl.edu. Call Lindsey at 402-223-1384 with any enrollment questions.
Aug 16 – Visitors to the Nebraska State Fair, Aug. 23 through Sept. 2 in Grand Island, will have several opportunities to celebrate the University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s 150-year legacy of improving the quality of life for Nebraska and beyond. Read more
Aug 14 – While rural Nebraskans have mixed opinions about the impact of immigration on rural Nebraska, those more likely to have lived alongside recent immigrants have more positive views, according to the 2019 Nebraska Rural Poll. Read more