Nebraska Extension in Nebraska City is no longer located at Kimmel Orchard & Vineyard. Please watch for an announcement of our new location. In the meanwhile, you may contact us...
Flood ResourcesThe following link provides current resources related to flooding.
Austin Duerfeldt, Extension EducatorSpecializing in agricultural economics with experience in accounting, financial analysis and taxation.
Dr. Deb Weitzenkamp, Extension EducatorSpecializing in Child and Youth Development programs in the fields of Career Development and in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM)
Rex Nelson, Extension EducatorSpecializing in the business planning and entrepreneurship with a focus on enterprises associated with food systems and agritourism.
Code CampYouth learn to code in this game environment while problem solving in all subject areas! Several dates and locations. Ages 8-13.
NebrASKa Scientist offers fourth and fifth grade classes a chance to (virtually) walk across Nebraska and never leave the classroom. In Nebraska, agriculture is our number one industry. We can grow corn, sugar beets, apples, grapes and more! Talk to the expert, look at different soils and discover how Nebraska's soil influences agriculture. Or, discover how we use solar panels and wind turbines to make electricity in Nebraska. Talk to an expert, see a solar panel up close, and view the inside of a wind turbine. The expert will climb to the top of the wind turbine and your class can virtually tag along.
Find flood recovery information from Nebraska Extension at Flood.unl.edu. Check back as new resources are added.
It is important to stay connected during tough times. We hope you reach out if you are feeling stressed. The Nebraska Counseling, Outreach and Mental Health Therapy (COMHT) Program, 800-464-0258 offers no-cost vouchers for confidential mental health services for persons affected by the rural crisis. Also available is the Nebraska Farm Hotline/Rural Response Hotline, 1-800-464-0258. You are not alone. We care about YOU. For more resources...
Be alerted about local emergencies in Otoe County and other important community news by signing up for the Emergency Alert Program. This emergency notification system enables your emergency service providers to supply you with critical information quickly in a variety of situations, such as severe weather, unexpected road closures, missing persons, and evacuation of buildings or neighborhoods.
The University of Nebraska was chartered on February 15, 1869 and charged with its land-grant mission of public education and service to Nebraska. In 2019, we mark a 150-year legacy of improving the quality of life for Nebraska and beyond.