Nebraska Extension Northeast District
4-H Youth Help Save the ButterfliesThrough the 4-H Ag Innovators Experience, youth to apply critical thinking and science, technology, engineering and mathematical skills to a real-world agriculture challenge.
Makerspaces Transform Rural CommunitiesA variety of creative and learning projects are within reach of rural Nebraskans at the traveling Library Innovation Studio, also known as makerspace, at the Bridgeport Public Library this summer.
Juntos 4-H Pilots in NebraskaA new program offered by Nebraska Extension aims to help the state’s Latino students reach high school graduation and attend college.
What Makes Farms Financially Resilient?Learn some of the management strategies will consistently produce profits for farmers.
The ENREC - Northeast District addresses problems and concerns specific to the counties of northeast Nebraska. Specialists and educators in this district work in the following disciplines:
Extension programs share the research to the people in Nebraska. The following facilities are resources in the Eastern Nebraska Research & Extension Center - Northeast District.
Northeast Extension News
Crop Water Use Report, Insect Counts, Chemigation Information and other ag related information
Cropwatch Video promoting Pest Resistance Workshops
You Tube Video promoting Pest Resistance Workshops
Crop Watch Articles - Haskell Agricultural Laboratory
Haskell Ag Lab Climate & Crops Family Field Day has great attendance
The Haskell Ag Lab Climate & Crops Family Field Day was a huge success on Tuesday, August 14. We had over 400 people participate in the various activities of the day. We heard many positive comments about the day and how everyone enjoyed all of the activities offered. Vendors and booth exhibitors enjoyed the day and many want to come back again next year and we have also heard from others that want to participate next year. The speaker sessions in the morning were well attended, there was a steady flow of children and adults going through the tent, attending demonstrations, viewing educational trailers and participating in activities. The Northeast Arboretum Walking Tour was very well attended. Lunch provided by the Nebraska Soybean Board was wonderful. Dr. Michael Boehm and Al Dutcher gave informational noon time keynote addresses. The afternoon featured research tours, drilling rig demonstrations and both were well attended and educational. The Backyard Farmer panel was a huge success with attendees asking lots of questions and the panel providing answers and showing samples of various plant and insect problems.