Nebraska 4-H Foundation introduces online fund generation campaign

February is National 4-H month. To celebrate, the Nebraska 4-H Foundation is introducing an online fund generation campaign to support the Nebraska delegation who will be attending the 2016 National 4-H Congress.

Students swarm to UNL entomologist for class project

Erin Ingram, a UNL doctoral student and entomologist recently worked with second-graders at Evelyn Hamlow Elementary School in Waverly on a project about the disappearing honeybee population.

Report shows rise in groundwater levels after multiple years of decline

The 2015 Nebraska Statewide Groundwater-Level Monitoring Report reveals that much of the state is beginning to recover from the 2012-13 drought.

Nebraska LEAD 34 fellows travel to Hungary, Romania, Moldova

Twenty-nine Nebraska LEAD 34 Fellows recently returned from an international study and travel seminar in Hungary, Romania and Moldova.

UNL report: Nebraska must be poactive in climate action plan

Nebraska needs to be proactive in developing a climate action plan in response to current and projected changes in climate, a new University of Nebraska-Lincoln report suggests.

Report shows University of Nebraska's annual economic impact is $3.9 billion

The teaching, research and outreach activities of the University of Nebraska annually generate more than $3.9 billion for Nebraska’s economy, according to an independent new analysis of the university’s significant and far-reaching impact on the economic and cultural vitality of the state.

Women in Agriculture conference set for Feb. 25-26 in Kearney

Nebraska women will learn how to plan and make better business decisions for their farms and ranches, communities, families and themselves at the 31st Women in Agriculture Conference.

UNL students named USDA-Microsoft Innovation Challenge winners

University of Nebraska-Lincoln students Matt Pedersen and Fernando Napier, both of Lincoln, have been named winners in the USDA-Microsoft Innovation Challenge.

Growers to share on-farm research results

Farm operators and agronomists across the state are invited to attend Nebraska On-Farm Research Network update events in February.

Brodersen named veterinarian of the year

Bruce Brodersen, veterinarian, associate professor and diagnostic pathologist at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln Veterinary Diagnostic Center in the School of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences has been named veterinarian of the year by the Nebraska Veterinary Medical Association.

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