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.
Soil health advocates say interest is growing in nurturing the health of the vital natural resource. But there’s no standard way to measure soil health or predict its potential for improvement.
Now, a soil scientist at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln is proposing a name and a concept that could help establish the parameters for measuring baseline soil health and its potential for improvement.
By Tammie Ostdiek Extension Educator – Food, Nutrition and Health
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Dry beans are always a good companion to beef, pork, chicken, or fish, but they are also a great protein source on their own. And now more than ever dry beans are the perfect staple for any pantry.
Dry beans, the mature form of legumes, include great northern beans, pinto beans, black beans, kidney beans, garbanzo beans, black-eyed peas, split peas, and lentils.
Here are some of the reasons to serve beans every week.
A large majority of people who responded to a recent survey rated water quality in the North Platte Valley of western Nebraska as good or excellent.
Still, most of the survey respondents also said they are somewhat or very concerned about water quality, although usually by a smaller majority.
There was usually a gap between agricultural and residential residents on rating water quality; the level of concern water quality; water quality’s effects on quality of life; and potential sources of water contaminants.