Nebraska Extension in Richardson County
The Landlord-Tenant Cash Rent Workshop scheduled for November 23rd in Auburn has been CANCELED and will be offered virtually at 9:00 am on December 14, 2020.
Earlier this summer we have received some excellent rains here in southeastern Nebraska, especially compared to many other parts of the state. The last 3-4 weeks have been relatively dry and also with some very hot temperatures.
Conference now completely virtual! Due to expanded COVID-19 measures, the in-person locations have been canceled. Nebraska Extension has announced that the upcoming Women Managing Ag Land Conference will now be a completely virtual experience. Originally scheduled to also be held at three in-person locations across the state, the event is still set for Dec. 2, from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. CDT.
The Ag Estate Planning Workshop scheduled for November 23rd in Auburn has been CANCELED. Plans are being made to offer this workshop virtually. Details will be available soon.
Preparing a Thanksgiving meal can be overwhelming. Check out resources to help get ready for Thanksgiving with food preparation and food safety tips at Thanksgiving Central - UNL Food. There are also recipes to try and enjoy.
This training will allow individuals to become certified or re-certified as Private Pesticide Applicators. Individuals must attend the complete three-hour program. Cost: $50
November 19, 2020
Preparing for holiday meals this year may look different for many people, as we consider celebrating in smaller family groups due to COVID-19.
November 18, 2020
Nebraska Extension is accepting applications for its 2021 Master Gardner Volunteer training program. The 2021 training will take place virtually.
November 11, 2020
Nebraska Extension has announced that the upcoming Women Managing Ag Land Conference will now be a be completely virtual experience.
November 11, 2020
The wildfires that took place late this summer and early fall in Colorado and Wyoming are almost completely controlled, but they still might affect agriculture throughout Nebraska next growing season, and for years to come.