NACEB 2023 OUTSTANDING ADVOCACY AWARDSNebraska Association of County Extension Board (NACEB) 2023 Outstanding Advocacy Award is for unwavering commitment to supporting and promoting Nebraska Extension's impact.
Small Cards, Big Impact; Nebraska Extension's Bed Bug EducationDid you know there is a quick and convenient resource to help you identify bed bugs, and it even fits in your wallet?
Nebraska Extension, Rural Prosperity Nebraska program helps Ord business expand"One of the things you’ll find out here that you just don’t find elsewhere is the level of commitment to supporting our own home-grown entrepreneurs.”
Growing Minds: Nebraska Extension’s Youth-Driven Ag Books Enrich Childhood LearningSeven high school and college students took part in the program by authoring eight engaging agriculture-related books last summer
Building Bridges through Soccer: Yazidi Youth Flourish with Nebraska ExtensionNebraska’s capital city is home to the United States’ largest Yazidi émigré community.
LIVING WELL with High Blood Pressure
Are you living with hypertension (HTN) or high blood pressure? Are you concerned about developing HTN? Are you caring for someone with HTN? This class is for you!
Join this 6-week series aimed to improve HTN self-management. Topics include basics of hypertension control, nutrition, physical activity, tobacco cessation, medication management, stress management, and creating short-term and long-term action personal action plans.
The Jarvis Memorial Scholarship information for female 4-H High School Seniors. The eligibility guidelines, forms, and a map of Nebraska highlighted in yellow for an easier way to find the boundary of eligibility can be found by clicking the link below.
The intent of the scholarship is to assist women who live 3 or more hours drive from Lincoln but wish to attend the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Applicant must reside in Love Memorial Cooperative Residence Hall on East Campus.
Post Drought Meeting for the Sandhills in Arthur January 9 - Postponed to later in January
Post Drought Meeting for the Sandhills will be held at the Arthur County Fairgrounds January 9th with a social beginning at 5:30 p.m., meal at 6:00 p.m. and the program starting at 6:30 p.m. The program is being sponsored by Zoetis, Nebraska Cattlemen, and Nebraska Extension. There is no cost to attend the program, but you must register by January 7th to make sure we have enough food. You may register by calling (308) 532-2683 or emailing email@example.com.
The program topics and speakers are:
What food should be thrown out after a power outage? How long is food in a refrigerator or freezer safe without power? Are condiments safe after a power outage? Be prepared! Check these resources to know how to handle perishable food if the power goes out during a storm. https://go.unl.edu/foodsafety-storms #UNLFoodSafety