Now is the time to join 4-H in Lincoln, Logan or McPherson counties. You are encouraged to learn more about 4-H opportunities at
2017 Private Pesticide Certification Dates2017 private pesticide certification dates have been set for Lincoln Logan and McPherson counties. The cost is $30 per applicator. You must preregister to attend at least one day prior to the date. To preregister e-mail Randy Saner at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Lincoln Logan McPherson Extension Office at 308-532-2683. Please watch the mail for your State of Nebraska letter which needs completed and to be brought to the training.
Protecting Crops in a Warmer WorldHigher temperatures caused by climate change aren’t just increasing the number of daytime scorchers. Nights are getting warmer as well, stressing plants and decreasing yields of vital crops worldwide.
New Turfgrass App Goes GlobalExtension Educator, Bill Kreuser, has developed a new software application aimed at making turf grass management simpler and more sustainable.
New 4-H Grant Looks to Increase Youth in Computer ScienceNebraska 4-H received a National Science Foundation Grant to create toolkits to aid youth interested in computer science.
Does Moral Hazard Affect Crop Insurance?New research by agricultural economists at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln challenges traditional thinking on federal crop insurance.
Summer Assistant Job Announcement University of Nebraska– Extension
In Lincoln, Logan and McPherson Counties
Why you should apply to be a summer assistant with University of Nebraska–Lincoln Extension in Lincoln Logan and McPherson Counties?
Learn more about a career with University of Nebraska–Lincoln Extension.
Gain experience in teaching in a non-formal setting to both youth and adult audiences.
Add a valuable work experience to your resume.
It’s a great summer job!
Educate Yourself and Save a Life
Over 114,000 Americans are waiting for a lifesaving organ transplant. Each year, that number on the waiting list continues to grow much larger than the number of donors. Nearly 500 of those people live right here in Nebraska. Statistically, 50 of them will die without receiving their needed life-saving procedure.
Even though 95% of adults in the United States support organ donation, only 54% actually sign up to do it, according to the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services.
What is a reasonable value to spend on beef replacement heifers for the coming 2017-2018 production season? Like many decisions this may seem very complex or difficult to determine, and it can be since there are many factors. The intention of this report is to help stakeholders in two ways. First letting them see some “best guesses” forecasts, using some common sources of information, i.e. FAPRI, Kansas State data. Secondly making it known that an electronic spreadsheet is available for individual use. For those wishing to make their own forecasts. Regardless of the complexity and the challenges faced in making a good prediction of heifer values, it is none the less important to do so.