All the information you need to complete your Achievement Application is found here on this page: SW 3 Achievement Application (also known as Recordbooks) They are due September 15 to your local Nebraska Extension office.
Nit Kit Program – Head lice resources for who need themThe Nit Kit program’s primary goal is to elevate the overall well-being of Nebraskans by combating the spread of head lice and offering safe and effective management strategies for affected children and their families.
Breaking barriers: Women thriving in agriculture at Herd That! ConferenceThe event focuses on providing women with the knowledge, tools and skills they need to succeed in this facet of the agricultural industry.
Empowering voices: The impact of Extension on a Hispanic women groupRPN empowers a dynamic group of Hispanic women in Columbus through biweekly sessions encompassing a wide spectrum of topics, including social, cultural, health, leadership and life skills.
STEM CARES brings high-quality science and engineering lessons to rural youthThe program engaged about 1,500 youth across 21 counties in high-quality, hands-on science, technology, engineering, and math experiences.
BeefWatch PodcastThe BeefWatch Podcast is an audio companion to the UNL BeefWatch newsletter.
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A Food Safety Training and Certification Program from the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation. ServSafe is the food service industry’s premier food safety training and certification course. It is recognized by more federal, state and local health jurisdictions than any other food safety training program in the United States. The ServSafe course is recommended for all types of food service managers, both commercial and non-commercial.
$130 per person
Class Schedule: All classes are 8:30-5:00
For some reason autumn and popcorn just seem to go together. It is a great snack or treat for Fall get together and how many can pass up a bag of freshly popped corn at a ball game?
Nebraska is the #1 producer of popcorn in the United States, producing nearly 45% of our nation’s crop. Popcorn can be a healthy snack, if made with little or no added salt and butter. It’s also good for you because it counts as a whole grain, reports Extension Specialist Lisa Franzen-Castle. USDA’s Choose MyPlate recommends getting at least half of your grains from whole grains. Three cups of popped popcorn equal one serving from the grains group. Check out these suggestions to make popcorn fun and healthy.